Maybe I've missed it but is there a way to limit the amount of recipients to prevent users to sent emails to too many recipients at once?
Is there an approved way of configuring a maximum number of recipients per message? For example, spammer/salesman tries to email his latest leaflet to every email address he has ever seen - spammer adds 50000 recipients to his email and sends it off.
Im pretty sure "smtpd_recipient_limit" in Postfix does this fine, but how to limit only TO field and CC, BCC leave not checked?
Thanks for any tips etc!
MSH Traffic Policy
It's a sophisticated email management system that allows to set server side rules for automatic content control and flow administration. One of the condition which could be used is Messsage Recipients Count condition. It will count recipients in TO, CC or BCC or in all of them.
|Message Recipients Count condition.|
When user sent message with too many recipients application could:
- block message
- move all recipients to BCC field
- or do one of many other actions...
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- limit number of recipients, attachments, message size, number of sent messages
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