David Strome's Blog

A Microsofty's ramblings on Exchange Server and other stuff.

About David Strome's Blog


About David Strome's Blog

Hi, I'm David and I'm a Senior Technical Writer on the Exchange Server User Education team here at Microsoft. I've worked at Microsoft and in Exchange since joining in 2005. On the team, I'm responsible for the core Exchange Management Shell and Role Based Access Control (RBAC) content that you see in the TechCenter Library (all of the content under here and here - send me feedback!) in addition to providing guidance to fellow writers, developing Shell and permissions documentation standards and requirements, and working with the Exchange Server and Windows PowerShell development teams to improve Shell help in the product.

I'm from Kamloops, a small-ish town in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. I've worked with Exchange since 1998, starting out with Exchange Server 5.0. E-mail has always been what drives me - from the day I received my VAX/VMS account and even before that, using Netmail on Fido-Net :). I'm married to an amazing woman, we have a cat who allows us to live with her, and a rescue dog who I'm sure will one day meet an unfortunate end thanks to the cat. We see far more movies than is probably reasonable and enjoy going to concerts, the symphony and restaurants in the area.