Exchange Server 2003 Community Content

We recently enabled a new feature on our Exchange Server 2003 product documentation. A new "Community Content" section enables you to add content to our existing topics. Now you can add your own thoughts to a topic. Have you implemented something and have real-world insights into what people should expect? Have you found a better way to do something? Want to fill in details? Go ahead and add it to the topics. I'm pretty excited about this because you have the opportunity to share with your fellow administrators what you've learned while designing, implementing and operating your Exchange installations.

Right now it's enabled on Exchange Server 2003 to see what the response is. Depending on the response we'll add it to more content over time. I really hope you'll go and check it out and add your thoughts. You can access the Exchange Server 2003 documentation by clicking here: Exchange Server 2003 docs. At the bottom of the page, click on the Add Community Content link, register and then add your content.

And don't forget that you can submit feedback on all of our content. Just click on the "Click to rate and give feedback" link in the top right of the page, give it a rating and then provide your feedback. What's great is that every piece of feedback (that isn't spam 🙂 that you leave is entered into a tracking database and assigned directly to the writer that owns the topic. We evaluate everything that's sent to us and if action is warranted, we will take it. Your feedback is extremely important to us.

Comments (4)

  1. Anonymous says:

    A few days ago we enabled community annotation on our Exchange Server 2007 documentation (Exchange Server

  2. Anonymous says:

    In the coming months it will be even more important for IT to show how it adds value to the company.

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