As I promised before... it's now live. A ton of kudos for the mscom team for listening to community feedback and implementing these great features.
RSS Feed that points at the root of all the blogs registered for Exchange [i.e. a notification of newly registered Exchange bloggers]
RSS feed for links to recent posts on the Exchange blogs
RSS feed for Exchange KB articles
RSS feed for KB articles authored by Exchange MVPs
RSS feed for Exchange downloads
[Update: Fixed up links for the KB ones. Looks like there's a character limit in the “Insert hyperlink” input box :-]
[Update 7/15: I just noticed something else cool... the list of MVPs automatically rotates, so the same few MVPs don't monopolize the front page. That's pretty neat.]
The two KB feeds ("RSS feed for Exchange KB articles" and "RSS feed for KB articles authored by Exchange MVPs") seem to be broken...
The other three seem to work with no problems...
"The XML page cannot be displayed
Cannot view XML input using style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later.
XML document must have a top level element. Error processing resource 'http://www.microsoft.com/communities/rss.aspx?&Title..."
Thanks KC - will come in handy :)
Both KB feeds are working now...
Your home-grown human looks like fun!
Wish list for Outlook/Exchange - it's probably a mile long but... Better out of office message handling for those of my colleagues who subscribe to a gazillion list servers. SBS 2003 has some improvements but not all list servers work the way as outlined in the upgrade.
Don't forget that the Microsoft Community team will be hosting a live chat on 7/21 at 12:00 PST to listen to your feedback and recommendations about this new Web page design and the RSS feeds. Go to http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/chats/default.mspx to add a reminder to your calendar for the Microsoft.com IT Pro Community Chat.
Sorry for the offtopic (i couldn't find your email).
Is it possible that you could comment upon the recent Lookout <a href="http://www.joelonsoftware.com/items/2004/07/19.html">acquisituon</a> <a href="http://discuss.fogcreek.com/joelonsoftware/default.asp?cmd=show&ixPost=164880&ixReplies=18">story</a>? It would be very nice to hear from an MS insider about the plans with Lookout.
Thank you and thanks for your blog, too!
Oh... Who could know HTML would be screwed up? Sorry.
I'm afraid that any commentary from me is pretty useless, since I have nothing to do with any of it. There are tens of thousands of employees here, and very few of us know anything useful about that acquisition.