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lsternkopf

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Hello,

how can I encrypt the mail stored on disk (
c:\programme\kerio\mailserver\store\mail,
c:\programme\kerio\mailserver\store\archive and
c:\programme\kerio\mailserver\store\mail\backup
)?
I want the mails to be protected against unauthorized access are.

L.S.
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p0ddie

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either lock the server down with ACLs or use a disk encryption tool. If Kerio would encrypt it's files, it would have a big impact on performance.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Message store directory is protected by system file access rights so only computer administrators may have access there. Other users can't access the directory.
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lsternkopf

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hello,

the DomainAdministrator should not have access to it.
A mail admin must have access, but not the DomainAdmin.
How is this possible to achieve?
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TorW

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It's not possible to lock the Domain Admin out from the mail store, since a Domain Admin can give him/herself all kinds of rights to it anyway. If people aren't supposed to see the mail, why are they Domain Admins?

Either have them sign an NDA, or sit down and redesign your access list (i.e. around a meeting table and on paper).
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