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Admin access to Notes database

Hi Chuck. In the "user activity" log in my mail database, I can see entries like this:
Admin/organization read 1
me
me
Admin/organization read 1 & wrote 1.
What does this mean? The Admin Notes accessed in my database? Is it possible that was an agent? (All the access was in work time, and never at the same time.) Thanks.
It looks to me like a user named "Admin" in your organization was doing something in your mailfile. Is there a user with this name? You can check the Public Directory to be sure (names.nsf) on the server. Do you suspect that the admin person was up to no good? E-mail me if you think so and want to talk about it.

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