[ngw] GroupWise surveillance
ahendrickson at verticalsol.com
Thu Nov 20 14:11:56 UTC 2008
Can you use a POP3 client to scan that users mailbox and create a rule to email it to that person.
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From: Sean Tappendorf <Sean.Tappendorf at nhs-healthlink.org>
Date: 11/19/08 8:07 PM
To: ngw at ngwlist.com <ngw at ngwlist.com>
Subject: Re: [ngw] GroupWise surveillance
I would give proxy rights to the account, and review things that way. You can use GWcommander from Messaging Architects to set the rights without logging into the account, its on their free tools section.
Sean Tappendorf MSM/IT
>>> "Gregg A. Hinchman" <Gregg at HinchmanConsulting.com> 11/19/2008 2:20 PM >>>
If there is no budget for 3rd party products, then the only way I can think of would be to sneak into the users account and set a rule that somehow forwards all emails or some such thing. That would be where you set the BCC.
Alas, the end user can look to Sent Items and/or Properties of Sent emails and see this is happening.
Now if you want an 'after the fact' you could focus efforts on backing up the post office in off times -like the middle of the day -and do a Restore area and you could look to the email somehow offline, but its not going to get you all things. And its a real pain.
Gregg A. Hinchman
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>>> On 11/19/2008 at 2:14 PM, in message UID46275-1162625558, John
Fletcher<JFletcher at channeltech.com> wrote:
> I think the answer to this is no, but I will ask anyway.
> Is there a way in GroupWise 7.x to enable all email from a particular user
> to be bcc'd to their supervisor without the user knowing about the
> we don't have GWAVA and there is no budget for this. The hope is that GW can
> do this on it's own.
> thanks in advance
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