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Exchange already has the ability to log every email and if you have the authority in your company to decide that you want emails logged you can make it happen already. So this is obviously intended for purely malicious purposes.
Email has never been designed with security in mind.
As others have pointed out, if it's a company computer, it's already been well established it's their data. Your mail admin also already has access to all of this anyway. Some employment contracts/employee handbooks even spell it out. At this point this should not be a surprise to anyone.
So given all this, you shouldn't have any concern since you're only dealing with work-related email on your work account. Right?
As a rule - I don't give my work email address to friends/family (phone number, sure, but not email). That way nobody can send me anything that's not work-related, inadvertently or not. Bonus: It prevents your Facebooking relatives from sending you cat videos at work.
Any one use JIRA, it seems to me a good way of noting issues which can the do the digital equlivent of slip down the sofa...There seems to be a way of ignoring things, then claiming they were not on JIRA. And when they are checked against my name they do not appear, however I can remember being late to lunch on a Friday as I was typing them up.
Hmm Don't trust it...
Until last Friday, yes, I had to use JIRA... this week vacation, next week, now job.
But... aside from that, I think JIRA can be a good tool to note 'to do' items, but, like all such tools, if there is too much 'clutter', it can be hard to find the needed item.
What is the search criteria? Keywords? Assigned to? Etc...
In the project I was on, there were SO many tasks, it was hard to find what was important.