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  • Blog Post: Karl Bystrom's Bio

    I'm a user researcher on the Exchange User Experience team. I've been around Microsoft off and on for several years, focusing on usability and interaction design on a variety of enterprise software products. I'm currently working on issues related to IT pro administration for Exchange. In my spare time...
  • Blog Post: Ken Brumfield's Bio

    I am a Premier Field Engineer and have been with Microsoft for 7 years in the New York area, currently focused on helping a large financial services customer optimize their Microsoft infrastructure. While I work primarily in the Active Directory and Windows OS performance spaces now, I used to focus...
  • Blog Post: Amanda Langowski's Bio

    I am a P rogram manager on the System Management team in the Exchange product group. Previous to becoming a PM I worked in PSS as a support professional, doing what else, supporting Exchange. In support I did everything from disaster recovery to deployment to directory integration issues and so on.....
  • Blog Post: Kevin Bellinger's Bio

    Hi, my name is Kevin Bellinger and I’m a Senior Program Manager within the Exchange Customer Experience (CXP) team. Prior to joining the Exchange team, I had worked for Microsoft in 3 other countries and more recently worked on one of the Chief Software Architects incubation teams. Apart from my time...
  • Blog Post: KC Lemson's Bio

    As of January 2007, I'm the User Experience Manager for Exchange, which means I'm in charge of the design and usability teams. In my 7 years in Exchange I've also done the following: · Lead PM for customer programs such as our Technology Adoption Program (formerly known as JDP (joint development program...
  • Blog Post: Michael Higashi’s Bio

    Michael Higashi is a Program Manager in the Exchange Mobility team where he is focuses on enabling new Exchange 2010 features in Outlook Mobile. He joined Microsoft in June 2000, working on various technologies from Web Services, PKI based protocols, to Web Authentication SDKs. For the Exchange 2007...
  • Blog Post: Lindsay Pyfer's Bio

    I work as a Project Editor in Exchange UE, editing documentation and user interface for Outlook Web Access, Unified Messaging, and Exchange ActiveSync. I started at Microsoft in 1998 as an editor on the Microsoft Commercial Internet System (MCIS) team. After a short stint on Hosted Exchange, I moved...
  • Blog Post: Cathy Anderson's Bio

    I've been at Microsoft for more than 10 years, first as an editor in PSS and Exchange UE, and now as a content release manager for the Exchange UE team.
  • Blog Post: Mike Lagase's Bio

    I am currently a performance operations engineer working in the MSIT space supporting our current BPOS offerings in addition to our corporate Exchange infrastructure. I previously came from CSS support where I was doing extensive performance based troubleshooting to help our On-premise customers. ...
  • Blog Post: Murat Gunyar's Bio

    I have been working with messaging platforms for more than 10 years. At the beginning of 2007 I've joined Microsoft Consulting Services in France as a Consultant in the Unified Messaging Team. My primary focus is to help our customers design and architect Exchange & OCS solutions, typically in large...
  • Blog Post: James Scott's Bio

    James Scott has been a technical writer at Microsoft for two years, currently focusing on Exchange Server. Previously, he architected the Project Server 2003 set of online books and authored the Administrator’s, Application Configuration, and Security Groups guides.
  • Blog Post: Neil Shipp's Bio

    I've been a full time Exchange Developer for almost 8 years now. Before that, I worked in the Exchange team as an intern three times. I guess I must like it here. For all this time, I've worked on directory services: MAPI, X.500, XDS, LDAP protocols, OAB, DXA, ADC, RUS, DSProxy, Address Book Views, I...
  • Blog Post: Dave Forrest's Bio

    I have been working at Microsoft for 8 years, currently as a Support Escalation Engineer. I was involved with support and content for Exchange 2007 SP1 and enjoy tackling all Transport related issues. I'm married with 2 grown children and 1 new grandchild.
  • Blog Post: Dave Whitney's Bio

    A brief history of me: I started at MS 2/12/1991 . I was hired into the team that eventually became the Exchange team, working on nuts and bolts within Microsoft Mail 3.0 After that shipped, I started work on MS Mail 4.0 for Win16 and Macintosh, which would be a client for the forthcoming...
  • Blog Post: Benjamin Spain's Bio

    My name is Benjamin Spain, and I have been a tester at Microsoft within the Exchange team for the past 9 years now. During my tenure I have worked on a variety of Exchange Protocols including POP, IMAP, NNTP, but for the past few years I've been focused on Exchange Web Services, including authoring part...
  • Blog Post: Michael Liu's Bio

    Michael Liu is a Senior Product Manager with Exchange. His current position in Exchange Marketing covers Customer Evidence, which includes customers for advertising, case studies, PR, and customer to customer references. Before coming to Microsoft, Michael held marketing roles at Hewlett-Packard, Compaq...
  • Blog Post: Terry Lyons' Bio

    I'm a Support Escalation Engineer working in Enterprise Messaging Support for about the last three years. My current focus is on services running on Client Access Servers like OWA, EAS, Autodiscover, and Outlook Anywhere. I also worked in MSN International Operations and before that supported Internet...
  • Blog Post: Satish Pandita's Bio

    I am a Premier Field Engineer with Microsoft. I joined the team in May 2006 and it was my dream to work for Microsoft. Prior to working for Microsoft, I worked as a consultant for 10 years on various technology products from Microsoft, Cisco and EMC. When I am not working, I spend my time with my family...
  • Blog Post: Paul Miner's Bio

    Paul Miner has worked in the IT industry for over 26 years. He's been at Microsoft for over 10 years, holding technical, technical liaison and leadership positions. He has been a member of the Exchange Admin Support Team for approximately four years. Prior to that, he was a member of the Platforms Server...
  • Blog Post: Chongwen Xie's Bio

    I'm a Software Design Engineer for Exchange Front End OWA team. I've been at Microsoft for 2+ years. During the 2+ years, I have been working on OWA XC (Transcoding) project, OWA S/MIME project. Prior to that I studied Computer Science at Tongji University in Shanghai China.
  • Blog Post: Wil Westwick's Bio

    Wil is a messaging and collaboration consultant working with MCS. He has been with Microsoft for 2 years and is based out of the UK. Since leaving university, Wil has worked for a variety of enterprise companies focusing on electronic messaging systems, He has been involved with Exchange Server and its...
  • Blog Post: Patricia DiGiacomo's Bio

    I'm a Technical Writer for Exchange User Education. I specialize in Client Access and Exchange ActiveSync. I'm also a gadget geek. There's the Tablet PC in my kitchen, where I love to cook, a Windows Mobile 6.0 Smartphone that I often use to read eBooks while travelling, and an Xbox 360 where I'm trying...
  • Blog Post: Robert Quimbey's Bio

    I joined Exchange in '98 focusing on server scalability. I now concentrate on improving the quality of Exchange solutions by working with vendors to improve their testing and best practice documentation. In my spare time I like to scuba dive, explore the outdoors with my fiancé, and game (video, card...
  • Blog Post: Jim Kleewein's Bio

    Over a 20 year veteran of the software industry, Jim Kleewein has spent most of his life designing and building relational database systems. In the database domain he worked on pretty much every aspect of database systems, from low level synchronization and coherency mechanisms, to query optimizers,...
  • Blog Post: Agnita Pandian's Bio

    I studied at Ohio State University and then University of Illinois, UC. Right after that, I joined Microsoft Exchange during the second milestone of E12. I’m a Program Manager who currently owns Edge transport features.