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Had the same issue for a few hours now, but it's not the configuration it's google which blocks the account access, because you try to login from an other IP then normally. Open http://www.google.com/accounts/DisplayUnlockCaptcha and then try to send an e-mail using for example: echo 'My Test Text' | mail -s Testmail email@example.com ...
Apparently Google has an interest in verifying some accounts and puts a capcha in the log-in block. Log in to your google account and go to this page to turn of the capcha: https://accounts.google.com/DisplayUnlockCaptcha
TLDR: No. You can't. It isn't MTA job. Suppose external address send email to gapps domain. Here the full email looks like From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: user@GAPPS.example.net Subject: Hello World This is 'Hello world' version of email Because user@GAPPS.example.net forwarded it to postfix.example.org then email@example.com get and read ...
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