On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, Robert Elliott wrote:
> Short answer: yes. If it's a company email address, then your rights
> don't amount to a hill of beans. Whatever that means. Even if you're
> just using a work computer to access your own account from your own ISP,
> then the PHBs are entitled to log everything coming through the network.
> More specifically, they're entitled to get their tech staff to do it for
no... no... no...
that may be common practice in the US, but this is not US.
>> It's not just pop, btw; anything you access from work is open to your
>> Moral of the story? Use GPG. Or check your mail at home. Or become a
> sysadmin so you'll be the one to set up the monitoring. Or buy a carrier
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