Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> E-Discovery May Target Unexpected Sources
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> | A particularly useful (from an investigator's perspective) option in
> | Outlook is the "Journal" feature, which, if turned on logs activity
> | associated with Microsoft Office applications including Outlook
> | e-mail activity. The logs track when e-mails are viewed and for how
> | long, including any activity involving attachments. This was very
> | useful in a recent investigation when an interviewee denied that
> | an attachment to a certain critical e-mail had been reviewed. While
> | the interview was in progress, we were able to access the journal
> | logs for the interviewee's mail file and sent the proof to the
> | interviewers that not only had the interviewee opened the e-mail,
> | but that the attachment had been opened for 6 minutes at 2:54 p.m.
> | of the day in question.
It could have been the cat that did it and then how would they know?