Allowing personal smart devices to sync email with corporate network

If we allow these devices to sync with the corporate network would these devices fall into any e-discovery lawsuits?
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I can't imagine that EE is the best place to look for that answer - I would STRONGLY recommend asking your attorney legal questions such as this.  And no matter how good it sounds, I wouldn't trust any direct answer to that question offered here.

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Ditto that.... 100%  

This is a technical forum, not a legal one.  

beepatAuthor Commented:
I was just looking for someone with some experience on the topic before we pay the attorney.

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