Richard Luckett is president of SYSTMS of NY, Inc., a Microsoft Gold Partner providing professional services, managed services and training solutions. He is an MCSE, MCITP and MCTS with security and messaging specializations, and an MCT with nine years of Exchange training experience. Richard is an Exchange MVP award recipient, co-author of Administering Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2007: The Complete Reference, course director and author of seven Microsoft Exchange courses, and resident email security expert for SearchExchange.com Contact him at Richard.Luckett@systmsny.net.
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Contributions from Richard Luckett
- Does Exchange Online meet mobile expectations?
- A look at Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server
- BES 5.0.2 and Exchange 2010 SP1: What you should know
- How effective is tracking the IP address of an email hacker?
- Tool helps identify inbound Exchange Server email flow issues
- Configure SMTP relay restrictions in Exchange Server 2003 to stop spam
- How can I configure Exchange IMF to allow an IP address or DNS?
- Why can't I grant users permissions to an Exchange public folder?
- Why does a security alert pop up when accessing Outlook Web Access?
- How to lock down an SMTP relay to prevent spam in Exchange Server 2003
- Exchange email sent to a domain using SPF authentication is returned
- Connecting an Apple iPhone to Exchange Server on Windows SBS 2003
- Selectively set email permissions for Exchange groups
- What event log tracks user access to Exchange Server?
- Public folder permissions fail in Exchange mixed mode
- Locate 'missing' SPF record on an external DNS domain
- Enhance OWA logon security using Microsoft ISA Server
- Native Exchange Server 2003 antispam solutions
- Configure IMF's Gateway SCL to improve spam filtering
- POP3 server filters all email into Junk folder as spam