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Yes it is possible to get access to a user's e-mails. This assumes the e-mails are stored on a server and the user gives you access. This will be the case for those using IMAP based e-mail accounts and for those using GMail. You will not easily be able to access e-mails uniquely stored within Mail.app's stores. See How can I access emails in Apple Mail ...
It is using postfix. At a high-level, when you execute the mail command, the following is happening: Invoking mail drops your message as a file in the postfix maildrop directory, i.e., /var/spool/postfix/maildrop. This happens because mail calls sendmail which calls postdrop which puts the file in the maildrop. The postfix main daemon, master is ...
There should be an Archive mailbox in the sidebar on the right side of Mail. Anything you archive should be there. If you don't see it, close Mail and restart your machine.
The Apple Mail app on your iPhone does not allow for the positioning of your signature to be altered. Oddly, the Apple Mail app on your Mac does allow for that. There are alternative email applications on the iPhone which do allow this to be configured. AirMail is one of them. At $5, it's not a free application.
Did you restart the phone after you deleted the emails? If that doesn't work, try removing that particular email account, rebooting the phone and then re-adding it via Settings App > Mail, Contacts & Calendar
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