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Hello Board

We have an account on our server that is used by a software component in order to send mails via SMTP. For security and testing reasons, we would like to restrict outgoing mail for this account to a set of external domains, e.g.

ourDomain.com
ourTestDomain.com
microsoft.com

(Or, as an alternative, a restriction to certain recipient addresses in both internal / external domains).

Is that possible with the current version of Kerio (ours does not seem to support it, but it's a little outdated)?

Thanks for your advice

Philipp


ps: In case this isn't possible, we were also thinking about setting up an additional lightweight SMTP server for the tool only that would listen on another port. Any idea about a tool that would support something like this (Win or Linux)?

[Updated on: Wed, 29 March 2006 18:39]

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