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  1. #1
    TiM©:*)
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    Default People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    How do I stop my sisters looking at my email offline? outlook doesnt even ask for pass

  2. #2
    agent
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    This depends on what version of Outlook you're using. I know that Outlook Express has identities, which stop people accessing your emails directly (to set up an Identity, click File - Identities - Manage Identities), but this doesn't stop you from manually copying the files the emails are stored in, transferring them to another identities folder or another computer, and opening them that way (I do this to transfer emails from one computer to another, though I'm not sure if you can do it from one identity to another).

    I'm not sure if Outlook has Identities, but you can add a password to your email folders. To do this, right click on the folder, select the Properties option, and somewhere in there, you can add a password to the folder, so it cannot be opened without entering the password.

  3. #3
    Susan B
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    Start reading theirs.

  4. #4
    agent
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    That's rather like when I used a keylogger to get my sisters MSN password. That was three years ago, of course. Back when I was interested in things like that. It's not so interesting now.

  5. #5
    Susan B
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    Agent: Yes, but the point was: "Do unto others as you would have done to yourself", or in this case, "Don't do to others as you don't like having done to yourself".

    Anyway Tim, if you use Hotmail and check your emails on the web rather than downloading into Outlook they won't be able to perve any more then, will they?


    > Back when I was interested in things like that. It's not so interesting now.

    So you are still doing it then? ;-)

    It is amazing how many people do this kind of thing.

  6. #6
    TiM©:*)
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    >That's rather like when I used a keylogger to get my sisters MSN >password. That was three years ago, of course. Back when I was interested in things like that. It's not so interesting now.

    Oooh, Give me a link for key logger

  7. #7
    Susan B
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    No he will not. Do you want Bruce to ban Agent from the forum?

  8. #8
    stu140103
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    > No he will not. Do you want Bruce to ban Agent from
    > the forum?

    ?:| ?:| ?:|


  9. #9
    Billy T
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    Simple Stu

    People who promote the dark side are very likely to get banned from PF1, along with serial privilege abusers.

    I thought Tim would have known better by now.

    Cheers

    Billy 8-{) :|

  10. #10
    Baldy
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    Default Re: People can see my emails off-line with outlook with out pass

    Hey Billy, how is anyone going to get banned from the forum?

    They can just log in with another name I would have thought and re-register again

    Baldy:-)


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