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blight_d

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Currently with MS Exchange Server any Domain Administrator on an Active Directory server can access any users mailbox on the Exchange server. Is this the same with Kerio Mailserver?
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blight_d

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PeterJ many thanks for the responce.

Do you or anyone else know if this facility is going to be included in a future release of KMS? The feature i describe is a much needed feature that we currently use on Exchange.

[Updated on: Fri, 07 January 2005 02:38]

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peterj

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you can manually share user's folders with the system admin (or any other user)

however AFAIK you can only do this on a folder level not for the entire mailbox.

& you certainly don't get any permissions over other user's data by default.

Don't know if there are plans.

If you find out from Kerio I would be interested to know
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In Exchange 2003, a aomain admin can't access anybody's mailbox. You need "Receive As" and "Send As" rights to do that.

This is different from previos versions of Exchange. The reason is that many organisations don't want their admins to read their boss' mails. Nomally you dedicate a special user (no admin rights) to this role.

Why would you need to access anybody's mailbox, for backup reasons?

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