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sysop_b4m

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Hi all,

I just can't get this figured out..

We have a few mailinglists for internal use. One for each department. Now every member of a department can send/receive mail to/from the department's mailinglist.

But we need to let others from the company (other departments) send mail to a few other mailinglists, but they should not receive mail from those other mailinglists.

We previously ran another server setup with exim/courier/mailman. I could do everything with that setup. I really would like to do such in Kerio too Smile

Marc Rengers
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TorW

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If you allow non-members to send mail to the mailing list, their mails will still only be distributed to the list members. Or did I misunderstand?
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Well, maybe I wasn't clear Smile

I want users on our server only to be able to send to another mailinglist on our server. These users should not receive mail from that list, as they are not subscribed.
Of course I can allow non-members as possible right now in Kerio, but then I will allow also users not on our server to send mail. And that we explicitely don't want.

So non-members should be able to send mail to a list, but only if they exist on our server....

In Mailman I could subscribe members with a 'no-mail'-option, or even I could allow senders from a specific domain to send mail to a list...

I really miss a lot of the functionality of Mailman in Kerio.


Marc
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You could always block the mailing list's email address with custom rules (the To:, Cc: and perhaps Bcc: fields). The subnets where the clients are needs to be in trusted hosts in order for the custom rules not to engage. A bit quick and dirty, but maybe a solution ... ?
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Could be a solution, but our employees are all over the world and working mobile or staying at customers. Then the subnet/trusted hosts won't work.
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Ok. Try asking support if the IPs of authenticated users are considered trusted, and in that case if custom rules are skipped. Can't remember offhand if they are.
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