At work I have EXCHANGE Server, so I am getting emails (Work related).
I wanted to add my personal email (POP or IMAP) and get those emails too.
I am afraid that if I do that, my work can still have access to my personal emails?
Can they see if I send or receive emails?
You should check with your employer’s acceptable use policies related to their computers. In many jurisdictions the employer is entitled to know what you do on their computers and networks. Setting Exchange up with your personal email account could get you fired.
I am afraid that if i do that, my work can still have access to my personal emails? and they will see if I send or receive emails.
Yes. They should be able to access your emails by going to \hostnameC$Documents and SettingsAlexLocal SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlookYourPersonalEmails.pst and going through the personal store table.
If they’re doing their bit then they probably have blocked the POP/SMTP and IMAP ports for workstations.
What’s wrong with doing work at work?
EDIT: If you’re going to go through with it, make sure you don’t create the POP/IMAP account and specify the Exchange Inbox as the delivery location. Make a new PST.