[RCU] master password

Noel Butler noel.butler at ausics.net
Mon Oct 22 03:03:32 CEST 2012

On Sun, 2012-10-21 at 21:18 +0200, Reindl Harald wrote:

> > Here corporate email is company's (depends on country) 
> this is questionable

Actually he is right, it depends on where you are, even in Australia,
corporate email is company property, managers (and entrusted sys admins)
have the right to inspect an employees staff mail account at any time
without a reason, on company equipment.

Hell, even if employees uses personal MSN at work (ok, shouldn't, but we
all know many do) it is companies legal right to inspect/read logs - any
and all data contained on company hardware, be it desktops or laptops is
company property, of course like OP said, this is country dependant.

> if you would be permitted you would have the login-data
> and again: it is technically impossible to have a master password
> in roundcube because it is a webmail and has (thanks god) to use
> the same autentication as any other client

If the OP used dovecot as the backend, there  is a way, never done it,
but have seen it mentioned.


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