The civil service, having taken over control of the Judiciary, have insisted that we all have Judiciary e-mail accounts and they refuse to correspond with any other e-mail account.
They seem to have developed a particulary draconian security measure though.
Accepted that one must change a password regularly to miantain integrity but in most cases one is told to choose a new password before the old password's expiry.
NOT in the case of the Judiciary. In this case, one's password is disabled without prior warning so one is left with an e-mail account for which there is no passord, necessitating a painfully intricate phone call to tech support to choose and establish another password.
Now that's what I call secure