I have a partner involved in my web site, and I have found that the email passwords are visible in the control panel?
Is there a way for the passwords to be private to a user?
I’d let my partner have the private password by handing the control panel over to him, but our separate duties on the website are such that I am the one who needs to have the control panel and he mostly provides site content.
But, he is the one who should have the email and I would like it to be private for him. I mean, trust is one thing, but email privacy is an internet tradition.
I’m really surprised to see it works this way.
Perhaps I’ve overlooked something simple. I’ve tried altering account privileges and whatnot but haven’t seemed to be able to affect the mail user section at all.
This is frustrating.
A large part of the lure for this person to partner with me was the email address.
I was thinking that another solution might be to have the mail server simply forward every email that comes in to his personal mail account elsewhere and then to immediately delete it from the mail server here?
Is that feasible?
I’d really prefer just to be able to make a private password though…