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Exim - How to disable SMTP for some account

Discussion in 'E-mail Discussions' started by TheJackall, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. TheJackall

    TheJackall Member

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    Hi to all CPANEL users...

    I'm new in forum.

    I would need for this problem..

    We have a VPS with WHM 11.30.5 (build 6) CENTOS 5.7 x86_64 xenpv

    whit about 15 domain. Every domain have "n" email account whit pop3/smtp.

    There is a way to limit the use of SMTP protocol only for some accounts and not for all?

    Thank's in advance and please... sorry for my englishh
     
  2. TheJackall

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    I find this thred where this topic has been discussing.

    It could be the right solution? And if so, there is a way to select only the domain (and consequently the domain email accounts) to whom give the SMTP permission?

    Any idea?
     
  3. TheJackall

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    Ehi...

    Nobody can help me?! :)
     
  4. ruzbehraja

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    You may also want to set the Domain Hourly Email Limit to 1 in WHM


    This would be the fastest way to do / undo it.
     
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    Did you read the suggested article?!
     
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