Other users emails are viewable from my Outlook

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When I receive an email where others are CC'ed, their account shows up at the bottom of my email. If I click on their "profile picture" I can read their emails, even the ones not pertaining to the email I opened. How can I remove this featureĀ (I don't want to see anyone else's private emails) and how can I protect myself from having someone less honest than me see mine? I'm using Win 7 with Outlook 2010. For email we use Microsoft Exchange. Thank you.

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I would quickly contact your exchange administrator and let him know what is occurring in your Outlook.  They may need to change some of the permissions on your account.

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  • HendrikWiese
    As far as I know the bottom section will only show "More/Previous" conversations that you have had with the specific user that is not specifically of the same topic. I am also not aware of any feature within exchange 2010 or outlook that would support that kind of behavior. So please make sure that what you think is happening in Outlook is actually the case and not a misunderstanding / misconception. Hope this helps :)
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