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Limit anyone received the message when the receipient list contain other internet domain addresses.

For Example, our domain is "aa.com"

1. A message is sent from other internet domain, the recipient list has user1@aa.com, user2@aa.com, user@otherdomain.com 

2. We expect the message is blocked, not deliver to anyone in our domain. But in fact, whatever rule or inbounding control, it can't block this message which contain multiple recipient.  It only blocked the message which only contain one recipient of non our domain. 

 

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    Guest commented
    13 Aug 02:34

    Let me clarify, you wanted to prevent incoming email from internet if it contain "other" address in To / CC / BCC than your "local" address ?

    May we know the reason why, since this is quite a common scenario from the sender's point of view. As a sender I certainly have needs to send email to my vendor with  cc to other people in my company or even other vendors.

    Tinus Riyanto - Prisma Global Solusi