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Posted on 2007-11-23
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I don't know if I should disable the email account that I have given access to 6 people.  I know only those in the group can receive and send mail.  To bolster security should I disable the mail account also?  Will they still be able to receive and send mail with the account?  Need more info please let me know.
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I'm not shure if I understand you correctly.
But in general I can say this: disablnig an email account will disable the ability to send and receive mail with that account.
If you want a more detailed explanation then give some more details about your setup (OS, mail server, rights ...)

J.
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Never mind...I will close this ticket.  Just might give you the points.
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