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TechEd 2013′s Hands-on-labs are better than ever!

TechEd 2013′s Hands On Labs (HOL) If you’re heading to New Orleans this year for TechEd 2013, be certain to stop by and put some time in at the Hands On Labs. I can say without exception that this year’s labs are the best I have seen.  You can work on Exchange technologies such as [...]

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So what is a vTSP or V-TSP?

My email signature contains just a few of the letters in my professional alphabet soup.  Obviously I promote the fact that I am a certified master on Exchange. And I do like to teach when I have time, so I have MCT in my signature.  But the one that gathers most of the attention is [...]

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5.4.6 NDR Exchange 2003 in a Hybrid Configuration with Exchange 2010 and Office 365

We are currently performing a migration from a troubled Exchange 2003 infrastructure to Microsoft Office 365.  After some discussion we determined that it would be prudent to implement Exchange 2010 in a hybrid configuration with Office 365.  Overall the implementation went smooth and we were linked with Office 365 in no time. I did run [...]

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It’s official – I am a Microsoft Certified Master on Exchange Server!

Most of those that know me are aware that I spent the last 3 weeks in Redmond attending rotation 14 of the Microsoft Certified Master training on Exchange Server.  The last 3 weeks were absolutely grueling.  We were in class 7 days a week, for 3 straight weeks.  The very first day we started out [...]

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