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web access log files retention

Regarding webaccess configuration information (log files of user access
from remote locations):

If max log file age (days) is set at default of 7 days, can login/logout
activity of users be viewed or can a log be created for days prior to that
(2 or 3 weeks prior) if max log disk space has enough space available to
retain more data than that of 7 days, or do the log files delete after 7
days and then can not be accessed? If they are deleted, can the
information be retrieved by utilizing our backup tapes? Also, can a
user's offsite IP address and/or more information about a user be
identified if a user is suspected to be using another user's username and
password to gain access (from offsite) to an email mailbox that is not
their mailbox (not the mailbox of the user attempting to gain access of
another)?
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Re: web access log files retention

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