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benjalamelami

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The webclient, you always have to type your contacts email address, the idea is, while you type, it gives options, such as hotmail or gmail does. Also, lately even searches are suggested as you type.

If this is not the place to post such ideas, let me know
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p0ddie

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Wait for the revamped web interface, it should be out soon. It will have, afaik, all the latest gadgets and whistles like autocomplete...
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nico20

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Accessing other users mailboxes.
In Exchange there's an option that administrator, for example, has permissions to get access to the user's mailbox. Permission is set in AD.
It would be great to have the same option in Kerio Connect.
The usage is simple. I often have situation when some user calls me and says "I'm out of office, but XXX should send me urgent message regarding YYY. Would you please resend this message to ZZZ".
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p0ddie

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Well, you *could* set up every user's account to give access for the subfolders to the admin. You can't do that by default, but you can access other user's mailboxes no problem after they gave permissions in the web interface.

If you make it standard policy to have every user give access to the admin, then you wouldn't have to make a feature request Wink

I personally frown upon having a feature like this due to email privacy concerns. I don't think it is ok to have the admin being able to snoop around in some user's mailbox without knowing the password and without the user knowing.
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nico20

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Dear P0ddie, administrator of Kerio Connect can already get access to user's mailboxes, because he has access to Kerio Connect Storage and messages are stored in a very readable format. So, administrator already can read users messages without notification.
Why not to organise this feature in a more professional way ? This is my opinion. Maybe others don't think so.
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teco

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Dear P0ddie, administrator of Kerio Connect can already get access to user's mailboxes, because he has access to Kerio Connect Storage and messages are stored in a very readable format. So, administrator already can read users messages without notification.
Why not to organise this feature in a more professional way ? This is my opinion. Maybe others don't think so.


If there is no System/Security concern or specific request from a user to do so, it is a violation of eurpean privacy regulations to look around the user folders.

Your mentioned "professional way" could be counted as assistance to violate eu privacy regulations...

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I often have situation when some user calls me and says "I'm out of office, but XXX should send me urgent message regarding YYY. Would you please resend this message to ZZZ".

The admin can use the archive function to search and find such a message. Looking around here for any other reason: as stated above...

Kerio is a EU Product. Exchange a US product with other privacy regulations...
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nico20

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OK.I didn't think about strict EU policies...
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