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Date:      Fri, 18 Jul 1997 20:51:33 +0200
From:      Gianmarco Giovannelli <gmarco@giovannelli.it>
To:        John-David Childs <jdc@denver.net>
Cc:        Gary Crutcher <gcrutchr@nightflight.com>, questions@FreeBSD.ORG
Subject:   Re: mail account monitoring
Message-ID:  <3.0.2.32.19970718205133.00b2f3b0@scotty.masternet.it>
In-Reply-To: <Pine.BSI.3.95.970718120106.388D-100000@milehigh.denver.net >
References:  <33CFA785.167EB0E7@scotty.masternet.it>

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At 12.10 18/07/97 -0600, John-David Childs wrote:
>On Fri, 18 Jul 1997, Gianmarco Giovannelli wrote:
>First, make sure you have all your legal ducks in a row.  You need to have
>a *compelling* legal or security reason to do this, or you'll wind up on
>the wrong side of the courtroom
>
>> For the incoming mail is easy....
>> 
>> put a  file called ".forward" without quotes :-) in his homedir and in
>> this file write his login and yours ...
>> 
>
>All customer has to do is delete the .forward.

Yes but if he can't login (as a lot of popserver do) it is very hard to do...
And if you protect it , it is more difficult too...

Btw the aliases is a good idea too... 



Regards...
Gianmarco
"Unix expert since yesterday"

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