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Who read my email?

I have a user who wants to know who (other than himself) read a couple of messages in his GW account. He logged on to GW Client on a Saturday morning and noticed a couple of his messages that were sent to him that morning had already been opened (message was no longer in bold character). User wants to know who might have been reading his messages. Is there a way to trace/find/retrieve that information (ie. IP address, user name, if it was opened via GW client or Web Access or mobile device, etc)?

I'd appreciate any information that can be provided.

Ronnie
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Has the user given proxy access to his mailbox to another user?

Look through your post office logs for the approximate times for entries that begin with:
C/S Login Windows ::GW Id=userid (proxy) :: 1xx.xxx.xxx.xx [1xx.xxx.xxx.xx]

The Login type should show windows or Webaccess or POP/IMAP, etc. If the access was through a proxy the logged-in user will follow ::GW and the proxy access is to the userid in brackets. Followed by the IP address of the workstation or the Webaccess server, etc.


Hope this makes sense.
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