Am 13.04.18 um 12:00 schrieb users-requ...@lists.djigzo.com:
> The DLP patterns are a sender only property. That means that only the
> DLP patterns configured for the sender are taking into account. The main
> reason this was designed to be a sender only setting is that it's
> unclear how to handle recipient specific DLP rules if there are multiple
> recipients of a message. You can configure the DLP rule for the sender.
> However that means that if the message is sent to some other domain by
> that sender that the DLP fires as well. If you do not want that you can
> disable DLP checking by default for all domains and only enable it for
> the sender and recipient domain you want the rule for. You might get
> more flexibility by editing the xml mail flow file though.
thanks for your answer; but this wasn't my question ;-)
my question was: I'm looking for a way that will drop the delivery for
outgoing mails NOT having the word 'redfox:' in the body, something like
a inverted badword. Is there something in place to build a rule like this?
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