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    Hello Alessandro,

    Thanks you for sharing your idea. It will be considered for future versions of MDaemon. Currently, you can require users to send email using their email address by enabling the SMTP Authentication options for “Authentication is always required when mail is from local accounts” and “Authentication credentials must match those of the email sender”, however, with these options enabled there is not a way to allow one user to send on behalf of another user.

    Thanks,
    Arron

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    Oral Reid commented  · 

    Adding my voice to the need for restrictions on who as user is allowed to send on behalf of.

    Correct me if I am wrong on the following or what the alternative is.

    If for instance I want to allow a user to send on behalf of a mailing list address, I could whilelist the mailing list address in SMTP Authentication.
    But now any user can send as that mailing list address.
    The only reason that may not happen is that the users don't know that they can.

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