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Email 'block' workaround?


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cyberdyne

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Is there a way of accessing a 'Horde' webmail account on a system where its suspected that the admin have blocked access to said account / domain?
I am trying to access website email from work but it has stopped working. Everything else is fine including hotmail etc. 'I.T.' say they haven't changed anything but I strongly suspect this is not the case.
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Mile Runner

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yes.....but no. :tazz:

if your admin set up percautions to stop you from doing something, there is a reason that happend. GTG does not get involoved in pernell issues or in things to help users do things that are either illeagal or blaintanly imoral/wrong. i hope you understnd.

Edited by Mile Runner, 04 March 2006 - 07:49 AM.

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I fail to see whats immoral about checking the email sent to/from a dance website while on a lunch / break, but yes, I understand.
Thanks anyway, ill ask elsewhere.

Edited by cyberdyne, 04 March 2006 - 09:36 AM.

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i am not saying your actions are immoral, just that if an admin has blocked something it was blocked for a reason.
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