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Old 11-29-2004, 01:12 AM   #1
ronferns
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Question Controlling mail using Sendmail Milter


Hi,

Hi my organisation needs to control sending of mail to the internet.

I am using Sendmail::Milter on a FC1, I need to allow only a few local users to send mail to the internet, remaining users should be allowed to send mail on the intranet only.

example.
Ronferns@mydomain.com should be able to send mail to, say ronferns@yahoo.com, however when tom@mydomain.com sends to ronferns@yahoo.com it should give him an error.

However when tom sends to another local user it should go through.

I am using outlook as my mailing clients on the lan.

How do i do this using senmail /sendmail::milter. Or is there another method??

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