private Objects stored on a Kolab Server was: "privat" Outlook objects
martin.konold at erfrakon.de
Tue Aug 19 12:13:29 CEST 2008
Am Dienstag 12 August 2008 15:51:59 schrieb Bernhard Reiter:
I am back from vacations.
> What do you think?
We discussed this approach before.
The problems are:
Storage fragmentation is hidden from a users perspective. This can easily
lead to unexpected results e.g. if a folder or a single message is moved or
ACLs are manipulated. It can easily happen that the result is incoherent
What about UI elements which act on a whole set of folders. E.g. allow
access to a secretary e.g.
private data is still available in plain text on the server.
I therefore remain proposing a solution based on encryption which allows to be
extended to be embedded in other security infrastructures like Smartcards,
Certificate authorities, PGP Keyrings,....
If you want I can reiterate my proposal again.
P.S.: Please don't forget that private objects are not limited to calender
P.P.S.: With OL/Ex private objects can be seen only by the account owner, not
by the delegates.
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