>>> Should work. But you want this only be done for special local parts,
>>> so add a local_parts condition.
>> I have tried the above ACL and it doesn't work, I have one domain to
>> allow in the db, and yet all domains can send, do I need some
>> 'condition' in the acl?
> No, "condition" is only for things that cannot be done with any of the
> predefined conditions (like domains and sender_domains).
> Make sure you put this before an accept hits (I put these things right
> after acl_check_rcpt).
> And use the -bh command line option to run a fake smtp session and test
> your acl setup. E.g.:
I have run this, but the acl to check all local domains pass the message
through, can I add something to the acl that will force it to use no
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