Beating the corporate snoops on receiving my personal mail.
Posted on 2005-05-09
I have a workstation copy of Outlook 2003 running on a larger network. Besides my employer's use of Exchange for internal email, I have Outlook polling my own personal POP accounts externally. I then use a rule to move incoming email from that pop to a personal folder silently so it's not obvious what I am doing.
However there are snooping eyes that can look at these server based folders where they can be viewed or backed up at will.
Is there a way that I can have a another set of folders available in Outlook to receive inbound mail (by way of a rule) that resides only on the workstation? That would at least making viewing more difficult.