A look back at what happened here at Exchange Server Pro in 2016, and what's going to be happening in the new year.
End of year wrap up post for 2013. Thanks to everyone who supports this website.
Announcing the closure of the Exchange Server Pro forums.
With the announcement by Google that they will be shutting down Google Reader on July 1st, what can we use for a replacement RSS reader?
We've made it to the end of yet another big year, so I just want to take a moment to write a few words of thanks to you all.
I’m pleased to announce that I am the proud recipient of the Microsoft MVP Award for Exchange Server.
If you are not familiar with the MVP Award it is given by Microsoft as a recognition of contributions to the technical community. There are a lot of MVPs in Exchange Server and other technical areas that I look up to, so to join their ranks is quite an honor for me.
I want to take this opportunity to first thank you, the subscribers and readers of Exchange Server Pro. Without your visits, comments, questions and shares of the articles on this site it would not be where it is today.
I also want to thank those people at Microsoft, and in the MVP and wider technical community who have supported and encouraged me over the years.
I look forward to continuing to contribute to the Exchange Server community as much as possible.
2011 is coming to an end, and Exchange Server Pro will be going quiet for a few weeks while I take a break to enjoy the holidays.
I want to thank each of you for your support, tweets, comments and emails throughout the year. I hope you've enjoyed reading this site as much as I've enjoyed publishing it.
There has been some recent changes in the world of Exchange Server Pro to make it possible to bring you more content and in better ways than before. You can find out more inside this post.
At the end of each year I like to take a moment and look back at how each of my blogs have performed over the year. Here is my 2009 roundup for ExchangeServerPro.com