Richard Luckett is a consultant and instructor specializing in messaging and unified communications. He has been a certified professional with Microsoft since 1996 and has 20 years of experience in public and private sectors. A Microsoft Certified Trainer with more than 15 years of training experience with the Microsoft product line, he received the Exchange MVP award in 2006, 2007 and 2008. In addition, he is an expert in deploying and integrating Exchange Server and Lync Server.
Richard co-authored MCSE Administering Exchange 2000 Server and Exchange Server 2007: The Complete Reference, published by McGraw Hill. He has also authored seven Microsoft Exchange courses and co-authored the Microsoft Lync Server 2013 Depth Support Engineer course. He leads the Microsoft training and consulting practice at LITSG.
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Contributions from Richard Luckett
- Considering offsite storage and remote recovery
- Familiarizing yourself with the right resources
- Best Practice #6: Simulating a disaster
- Time lag opening and sending encrypted e-mails
- Querying an outside blacklist
- Who has full Exchange Server mailbox access and permissions?
- Synchronizing Pocket PCs with Exchange 2003 mailboxes
- Securing e-mail transmissions
- No Exchange admin rights to public folders using Panda Antivirus
- E-mails disappearing without a trace
- Best Practice #6: Disable unsigned macros
- Best Practice #7: Spam-filtering software
- Best Practice #5: Don't be a sucker
- Best Practice #9: Learn to read (e-mail headers)
- Best Practice #4: Quarantine attachments
- Configure antivirus software to scan your mail client
- Best Practice #10: Digitally sign & encrypt your e-mail
- Top 10 best practices for securing e-mail clients
- Best Practice #1: Patch your clients
- Best Practice #3: Use anti-malware software