Topic: Forwarding mails no longer considered a "good thing"
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I thought I had started a topic about this before, but I can't seem to find it.
I've long had an issue with users forwarding all their incoming email to free email providers, particularly Gmail. However, I didn't want to disable this feature completely.
Is it possible to have a blacklist inside iRedAdmin-Pro that specifically will not allow forwarding of emails to a list of domains? My list, to start off with, would be the following:
However, I'd probably expand that in different ways -- e.g., by banning hotmail.*.
Is this on the future feature list, or is our only choice disabling forwarding completely? I would much rather leave the feature in place to allow certain users to use it, blocking just the biggest free email providers and anyone who complains.
I realise that the forwarding feature in Roundcube will also have to be disabled or modified in the same way, but I realise that's not iRedMail's responsibility.