No doubt somebody
out there has the capacity to secretly check one's inbox. I nonetheless feel that this setup might be useful to, say, the type of person that visits Elliquiy. Many of us here -- not all of us, surely, but many of us -- have the desire to keep our social lives and our inner lives separate. Knowing that our significant others or our roommates or our parents or our children haven't been monitoring our darker fantasies might offer us peace of mind. At the very least the setup could suggest when a password has been compromised...
it still only protects and logs access to your eMail via the Web Interface, I see nothing about POP3/IMAP.
Is that the case? Honestly, I don't know -- I've never really used any alternative methods of access so I'm not too familiar with them. Although the article does state that the setup "includes the ability to track user access by browser type, IP address, date and access type (POP3, Browser, Mobile)," I've read that occasionally
information on the Internet is wrong. I know, I know, it's difficult to believe, but it's true! I read it on the Internet...
Anyway, thanks very much for the replies. I hope that the heads-up has helped somebody out there. And if you do decide to go with a Gmail account, Paradox, best of luck with it! :)