Restrict users to access group e-mail address

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I like to know, how can we restrict user(s) to send mail to group e-mail address even if that user belongs to that group.

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In your NAB, right click on the group and select properties. Go to the ‘Security’ tab. Remove the checkmark for ‘all readers and above’ then add users that you want to be able to use the group. Make sure to add your servers.

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  • Nazrul
    I tried this process but its not working. I created a new group(me n the administrator) and edited the security and gave access to the administrator only. But somehow am still able to send mail to that group. By access I meant, I may be included on that group but I still dont have access like sending mail using that group ID. I am using Lotus Domino 5.0.8
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  • Phooy73
    The best way is to make the grouptype "Access Control List Only" This way no mail can be sent to the group but you can use it for access reasons.
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  • Nazrul
    Well, I like to use it for "Mail Only" and want to restrict users to use that group. Is there is simple solution for that?
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