We have just provided you with a business mail service; some background knowledge is necessary to prevent any issues arising when using it.
Please take a few minutes to read these recommendations.
5 golden rules for using this service
NEVER tell anyone your password
And reset it regularly or if you suspect your account has been hacked or your password disclosed.
(Procedure for changing password?)
Do not open attachments or suspicious content from unknown sources
Suspicious messages can contain and execute viruses which risk damaging documents and work tools. In case of any doubt, immediately inform your line manager or your contact in the Human Resources department.
Do not click on links included in messages from unknown sources
Malicious links can execute viruses which risk damaging documents and work tools. In case of any doubt, immediately inform your line manager or your contact in the Human Resources department.
In the same way as your bank or other official bodies will never ask you to reveal personal information to them, never communicate your credit card number, PIN code or other confidential information..
Carefully choose your mailing list
- Pay attention when adding people with the same name or recipients suggested in the auto-complete list,
- Check the list of recipients when using the “Reply to all” feature.
Do not forward suspicious messages or hoaxes
Chain emails clog up inboxes and needlessly overload email servers. These messages can hide attempts to commit fraud or can spread viruses.
A few stats about email at Bouygues Construction: