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Customer with Exchange concerned staff are reading his mail

I have a key client who is fairly sure that his staff are able to read his email
He changes his password every 30 days
He is using MS exchange 2003 outlook 2003
Important information has only been relayed via email between him and his boss
He is a director and his boss is the business owner. It would be very confidential information  between the two, and not shared anywhere else

Over time, again and again, general staff have been able to spread rumours  about items that have only came up in his email
There is only myself and one other person (an internal staff member) with Admin access to the server that I know of
The last time the Admin password was changed was about 6 mounts ago obviously this needs changed again

However, I need to create a list of varies ways that geranial staff or administrators could read the director's email

thank you for all your suggestions and help

robbie

 
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Hi lancecurwensville:

Thanks for your reply
Here are the answers to your questions

You had stated that one of the two persons changes their password every 30 days, what about the other? All users in the company change their passwords this is required by AD

You didn't state if they were hard-wired or wireless, if wireless, packets could be captured. All PC are hard-wired

You stated that there were only two individuals with access to administrative priviledges, have you run any tools to ensure that there aren't other users with admin access or additional "backdoor admins" that have been added to AD. Yes there is only one admin user account
      
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Robbie
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