[HCoop-Help] Hide own virtual mailbox contents from... me?

Davor Ocelic docelic at hcoop.net
Thu Apr 16 07:36:43 EDT 2009

On Thu, 16 Apr 2009 11:18:11 +0100
Michal <michal at hcoop.net> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have setup a virtual mailbox for my domain, for someone else. I
> notice that I have access to the mailbox and mail (just looking in
> their maildir directory). Is it possible to remove my own access to
> the directory? I guess I could remove "michal" from the acl for their
> maildir (leaving "michal.daemon"), but would this result in any
> ill-effects? Is there some way to encrypt the directory, so that it is
> only decrypted upon access with the correct password from
> imap/pop/webmail ?

As the owner of the HCoop account, you will always have access to
all your files, including any [virtual] mailboxes.

If you want to not be able to read other person's email, then it
looks like the other person might want another HCoop account for
himself or herself.


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