So my employer fired me recently, saying that I wasn't nice enough to work there. In reality, I had an extremely lazy and ineffective boss who was costing the company millions of dollars, and he fired all of the managers working for him to cover it up. I become "not nice enough" when I made our Finance Department aware of the huge losses due to bad management. A month later I was gone. No big deal as I've lined up a job with 1/3 the workload, more vacation and more money. Here's my issue: I had been using my Samsung phone (personal phone) for work. The IT Department set up the phone so that all of my personal texts go directly to my work Outlook account. So if you send me a text asking about grabbing a beer or going to a movie, it goes right to my work account. I bitched and argued and they refused to disable this feature. This was 18 months ago. Now that I'm gone, they're still getting my texts. This pisses me off. I honestly don't even know how to disable this on my phone. I've spent a couple hours searching to no avail. I don't have a salacious sex life or plans to join ISIS, but what's my recourse? I know they're spying on me by what others are telling me which they could only know by reading my texts. This cannot be legal, and I'm wondering if I should engineer a trap for them and threaten to sue in order to gain settlement. They've been reading my texts for a while now.