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From: Terry Carmen (terrycnysupport.com)
Date: Fri Mar 27 2009 - 19:56:15 CDT
> I have an internal requirement to deny access to an email address,
> which I'd like to do via access, however, we'd also like to accept
> that message for storage somewhere, I was thinking of the access BCC
> method, but then I need to also send a 5xx message in their connect
> transaction, I know this is a contradiction of the way SMTP works :)
> but is it possible with postfix or do we need an alternative method, I
> know milters work like this for scanners etc, so I was hoping someones
> done similar or knows of a milter that can do this?
What do you mean by "deny access"?
Are you trying to stop internal users from sending mail using a certain
email address as the sender or reject incoming mail that lists that
email address as a recipient (a distribution list, for example)?