I would like to hire people to help with my company's email creation but have been reluctant to do so because of what I perceive to be a security vulnerability.
I can add users, but there doesn’t seem to be a way that I can assign or more importantly, un-assign parts of my account to a specific user. What this means is that someone who is working on my emails would also have access to my email lists and if savy an unscrupulous, this person could download those lists which is theft, of course. For that reason, the only persons I have brought onto my account are very trusted friends. Of course, I should pre-screen to trust all hires, but I am uncomfortable with the potential risk as I see it.
My questions is two-fold:
First – am I missing something? Is there a way I can provide users with restricted access (ie emails only and not contact lists)?
Second – If no to the first, will Constant Contact add this feature and when?
I would think this is an important matter to address. We usually think of internet security in terms of high-tech attacks and theft, but this is a vulnerability from anyone with access to anyone’s account as part of their employment.
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