There's two ways that spring to mind....
1) change the password to something complex and don't tell the user
what it is :-)
2) Make the user a member of 'sendonly' group then define a rule
for sendonly group like this:
g_access_group group="sendonly" access_pop="*" access_imap="*"
I think that will do what you want.
On 5/19/2015 9:50 AM, David Camm wrote:
> i have several user accounts which are set up for forwarding. ie
>HIDDEN@c.com has all email (after spam checks, etc) forward to
>HIDDEN@firstname.lastname@example.org or whatever. we do not keep copies of the messages.
> in the past, several of these accounts have been compromised and have
> been used by spammers to send crap email.
> i won't go into how difficult it is trying to convince my customers to
> use non-trivial passwords and to regularly do malware scans :-(
> so, is there any way of disabling outbound smtp for those accounts
> that are forwarded? and still allow the forward?
> in other words, the account needs to be able to receive emails and
> forward them, but cannot log in, authenticate and send.
> david camm
> advanced web systems
> keller, tx
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