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Sqrmincoil

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I was wondering if anyone knew how to grant a user access to another user's mailbox. The head of one of the departments needs access to one of his subordinates mailboxes. This is supposed to be hush-hush to the subordinate. I want to avoid aliasing and forwarding, as the head of the department will only receive new email.

Thank you in advance,

Dave
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Desperately in need of the answer for this issue my self!

i have been "faking" this by digging out all of a users emails from the archives, then copy those to a managers account, the setting up forwards for new mails.... this is very tedious and should be easier no?

might this be the solution?

http://www.sonian.net/kerio
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My IT Indy

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Why not make the boss a delegate to the user's mailbox? They can see the mail live if they want.

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lodewijk

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HoosierMac wrote on Sat, 03 January 2009 13:12

Why not make the boss a delegate to the user's mailbox? They can see the mail live if they want.



the user must not know, or be able to find out they are under investigation...
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My IT Indy

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Why not create a webmail rule that any email coming in that routes all email to somebody else?

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I have been asked to this several times by several of our customers.

The way I do it is a little long winded, and there may be an easier way, but I wanted to make sure that no read receipts or NDRs make it back anywhere.

I set up an account called journal

I have switched on the archive mail to local address option - this then makes a copy of all inbound and outbound mail, and I set this to deliver to journal<_a.t_>domain.com

Within Webmail, I login as journal, set up two folders, one called xxinbound, one called xxoutbound where xx is the name of the employee who is being watched!

I then set up rules within webmail as follows:

1) If msg is FROM xx<_a.t_>domain.com move to xxoutbound
2) If msf is TO xx<_a.t_>domain.com move to xxinbound
3) Reject all other msgs

I can then share the xxinbound and xxoutbound folders with permissions for the manager to view, and then set them up on the managers machine.

It is longwinded, but it works.
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