[ngw] GW 8 and two people logged into same account
gert at gwcheck.com
Fri Sep 21 18:06:43 UTC 2012
or the same internet address,
or the same FID?
On Fri, Sep 21, 2012 at 7:47 PM, Danita Zanre <dzanre.ngwlist at gmail.com>wrote:
> Is it possible that there is a shared folder involved?
> Danita Zanre
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> On 9/21/12 11:41 AM, "Neil Carson" <carsonn at psac-afpc.com> wrote:
> >We GW 8 SP2 on Netware.
> >We have a user who is in transition to another department. (meaning she
> >is still helping out in the old dept for 2-4 weeks) (I ill call this user
> >There is a replacement for this person(olduser) working in the old dept.
> >and they both are logging into the same mailbox (I will call the
> >replacement newuser). Newuser also has his own mailbox and sometimes
> >proxies to olduser and sometimes (often) logins directly into olduser
> >Are there any problems with two people logging into the same mailbox at
> >the same time ?
> >The reason I ask is that it 'appears' olduser scheduled/sent an
> >appointment to several users ...BUT...the issue is that the email says it
> >is From one of the people who the appointment was sent to ! But the catch
> >here is the body of the msg contains text and signature of 'olduser'.
> >(basically text stating the video conf. has been rescheduled.)
> >I went to see the user (who thinks there mailbox has been compromised)
> >(who it appears sent the email/appointment) and yes there is an item in
> >her sent items saying From her (it is not a reply) but the body is the
> >text of 'olduser' and signature.
> >I hope I explained the situation clearly.
> >I am assuming or trusting the user who thinks their mailbox was
> >compromised did not send it and that they mailbox was not compromised. I
> >am more suspecting something (maybe) along the lines of appointment or
> >calendar corruption etc and I plan to run gwchecks on the mailboxes in
> >Any comments appreciated.
> >Thank you
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