On Wed, 2010-06-23 at 09:13 -0400, Alexander Hawley wrote:
> Or, better yet. Forward (do not keep copy) to Gmail or other.
Which gets back to the original question of someone taking a copy of a
mailbox home with them.
"The University’s e-mail services are not provided for private or
personal use," so there really shouldn't be anything private or personal
in that mailbox with the possible exception of some incidental personal
Also, the University Archivist says email messages are University
Would we allow someone leaving the University to photocopy all the
documents in their office, simply because some of them might be
personal? Of course not. People who are leaving, then, should log in
and forward whatever is personal to a personal account.
It also follows, that you shouldn't be allowed to set a forwarding
address to a non-University account.