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My Mail Inbox Being Accessed !? - Workstation E-mail & GroupWise WebAccess

We have GroupWise WebAccess which we can logon to our webmail from any Internet enabled computers with Internet Explorer. I need some opinions urgently, please help.

Recently I suspect that someone may found my password, no matter by what means, I've changed password regularly too, it could even be my partner (trust!)!

I use my e-mail at work, and that's not webmail of GroupWise WebAccess, I use it from my workstation, and I have these questions (I am a user, not an administrator or someone in company's IT department):

- E-mail are probably read by someone (through GroupWise WebAccess) after I've opened them, if thats the case will the person that sent e-mail to me get another read receipt?

- Is there a counter to count how many times the messages (Inbox / Outbox) have been read?

- I sent out some messages (at my workstation not on webmail of course) and I suspect that they have been read after my recipient read it, anyway to find out?

Any other suggestions on how I can find out if someone read my messages without having to talk to administrator or I.T department. I suspect it could be my partner and if that's the case, things could get real ugly in the family, and also with the kids that we have.

Thank you experts!
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DCreature
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PsiCopCommented:
Note that EE has a carefully-hidden, GroupWise-specific TA (or Zone) --> http://www.experts-exchange.com/Applications/Groupwise/
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PsiCopCommented:
If you use the "save password" security hole (excuse me, I mean "feature") of Internet Exploder, then potentially someone who uses the computer after you can use the cached credentials to access your mailbox. If you don't use the SSL-secured WebAccess login, then your credentials can be intercepted. If someone has installed a keylogger or other backdoor tool on your workstation (and with IE, merely accidentally visiting the "wrong" website can result in practically any software being installed on your computer, regardless of IE's laughable "security" settings), then your credentials can be easily captured.

As to your specific queries:

1) No, a Receipt is generated when the message is first accessed. After that, it is flagged as Read and no more Receipts are generated.

2) No.

3) Not easily. The Post Office Agent would have to be set to the hightest logging level (Disagnostic, as I recall) and there would be a lot of data analysis to find that sort of event.

There's little you can do as an end-user. The ones who really need to investigate this are the system administration staff. They should be able to examine the POA and GWWA logs and determine who is accessing your account, when, and from what IP address. If they can't figger out how to do that, then they're incompetent.
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