Mike Lazar, a senior consultant for Equant, is a recognized leader in the world of Lotus Domino administration. He is a PCLP for Domino 4 and 5, as well as an IBM CSA for Domino 6. He has been a featured speaker at conferences such as Admin 2002, Admin 2003 and Admin 2004, at which he has presented "Consolidate your servers," "How to prepare to upgrade to Domino 6," "Implement S/MIME in your organization," "Optimize your messaging infrastructure," "Get the most out of transactional logging" and "How to use Domino LDAP in your organization." Mike also wrote an article for The View: The Technical Journal for Lotus Notes and Domino entitled "Securing your SMTP Infrastructure in Domino 5 and 6," which was published in the Sept./Oct. 2003 issue. Additionally Mike is the resident Domino administration expert on SearchDomino.com. He has hosted webcasts for SearchDomino.com on migrations and upgrades to both Domino 5 and 6. Mike has vast expertise in most aspects of Domino including: upgrades, migrations, rollouts, consolidations, clustering, performance tuning, auditing and business continuity.
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Contributions from Michael Lazar
- Pushing information from the server to each client
- Solution for clustering?
- Prohibiting attachments in personal but not native folders
- Error: This database cannot be read due to an invalid on disk structure
- RRV bucket error?
- Direct dial-up: Routing when no messages are transferred
- Good idea to change the name of the Domino admin server?
- Blocking spam
- Server is being used an an open relay to send spam mail
- New user can't read encryption in Notes
- Removing the original server from the network
- Routing messages coming from the same domain
- Upgrading from 5.0.4 to 5.0.10
- Name change and the user didn't get an e-mail to accept?
- Is it worth adding a Domino server to a remote office with 10-20 users?
- Not receiving an HTML message correctly with Domino V5.Ox
- "Error when indexing the document ..."
- When users go to 'new memo' the To field comes up
- Incoming mail notifications when there is no mail
- Date change caused problems with view indexes