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federico 8th January 2010 13:22

Mailbox Custom Rules
 
Hi,
I have defined several clients that can create/manage mailbox for their mail domains.
When I client is connect to the hosting control panel, he can't see the "Custom Rules" tab in the mailbox section.
As admin I can see the "Custom Rules" tab and define new rules for each mailbox.

How a client can see (if it possible) mailbox "Custom Rules" tab in order to defines rules for the mailbox that he manage ?

Thanks in advance

Federico

till 8th January 2010 14:08

The custom rules tab is not enabled for clients as this would cause a big security risk. He would be able then to add rules to read the emails from other users of the server.

federico 8th January 2010 15:14

OK thanks.

Federico

AlArenal 3rd September 2010 16:46

I have the situation where a client wants all mail coming in copied to a specific mailbox of his domain. I as Admin can set a custom cc-rule for his mailboxes, but he would have to send me a notice every time he creates a new mailbox. As clients tend to forget tis method is rather error-prone.

Can't I set up such a rule domain-wide (with the expection of the target mailbox of that rule of course) so my client and me don't have to bother?

till 3rd September 2010 16:51

Create a wildcard record for it.

Quote:

Can't I set up such a rule domain-wide (with the expection of the target mailbox of that rule of course) so my client and me don't have to bother?
No, as the lda (maildrop or dovecot delibīver), which does the delivery processes filtering rules on mailbox basis and not domain basis.

AlArenal 3rd September 2010 17:01

Wildcard was the first thing I tried but it seemsit would only work for addresses of that domain which are not already used for mailboxes.


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