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    Koinonia is offline Starter Member
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    Question User Security

    I am running Ubuntu 10.04 and using Zimbra 7.1.3_GA_3346 e-mial server.

    We are setting us an externally secure e-mail solution I was wondering if there is a way to make the client information encrypted or internally secure on the administrative side. In other words, is there a way that the customers information can be protected from crooked administrative personell?

    thanks for your time,
    Koinonia

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    Do not add your post to a thread that has absolutely nothing to do with your question. I'll move this to a separate thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by Koinonia View Post
    In other words, is there a way that the customers information can be protected from crooked administrative personell?
    What protection do you think can be provided against any 'crook' you employ in your organisation? What 'customer information' are you talking about?
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    Sorry to impose, I'm new to this, please forgive.

    I am talking about all and any personal information that is written about in the fourth amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

    I am talking about the fact that if you hire someone who checks out through all of the appropriate measures but is actually crooked and self seeking the innocent client will still be protected.

    As I said, "is there a way to encrypt" or protect the information coming through the server that is not necessary for, me, the administrator to view because it was not written to me; but at the same time able to manage the info as a mail carrier.

    I see you have the same question.
    Last edited by Koinonia; 12-17-2011 at 02:47 PM.

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