In a few days from now Exchange folks from all over the world will get together in Austin, Texas for the Microsoft Exchange Conference.


I’ll be there, soaking up in the information in the sessions and enjoying the downtime at the parties. Speaking of which, if you haven’t already done so make sure you register for the Scheduled Maintenance party (listen to episode 35 of the UC Architects podcast to find out the promo code to increase your chances of securing a spot at the party).

So if you spot me there please feel free to say hello. I always enjoy meeting new people in the Exchange community 🙂

The MEC session schedule is absolutely packed with awesome content. Fortunately many of the sessions will be recorded, which is a relief as I have as many as 5 sessions in a single time slot that I would like to attend.

If you’re having trouble like I am narrowing down your selections check out Tony Redmond’s recommendations here and here, as well as Dave Stork’s and Jeff Guillet’s.

And don’t forget to mark in your schedule the final session on Wednesday with the UC Architects Live @ MEC, where there will surely be plenty to discuss after three days of MEC sessions.

See you in Austin.


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Paul Cunningham

Paul is a former Microsoft MVP for Office Apps and Services. He works as a consultant, writer, and trainer specializing in Office 365 and Exchange Server. Paul no longer writes for

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