Nino Bilic’s Bio


I have been with Microsoft since early 2000… first on a contract and then I switched to full-time. Since the very beginning, I have worked in Messaging, starting with support for Exchange 5.5. Then Exchange 2000 came, then Exchange 2003 Beta and RTM. 

 

Near the end of 2001 I started in the position of a Technical Lead for our Admin specialty in Dallas, Texas support site. Essentially, I helped Support Professionals help customers on the phone, and help them get better technically. What is Exchange Admin? Store, Jet, SA, Setup, ADC, Directory, Public Folders… I am sure I forgot something. Gotta love it! this job showed me that every time I thought I knew something about Exchange there was a support case that quickly proved me wrong! :)

 

Then, I have joined the Exchange 2007 Beta in late 2005, where I worked on supporting our TAP customers as well as work on the internal training for our Support Services.

 

More recently, I am working as a part of the Product Quality team for Exchange and am focusing on current and future releases to make sure to make the product more supportable and easy to use from both customer as well as support services viewpoint.

Comments (39)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Exchange-faq.dk – Din portal til Microsoft Exchange Server information

  2. John Matteson says:

    While I would agree with you that ESEUTIL defrags are not a good idea for normal maintenance, what about running ISINTEG -fix agianst the databases on a regular basis?

    Yes I understand that you have to take the databases down and that users will not be able to access mail, etc. But doesn’t it just seem appropriate that the admin take a proactive approach to keeping the database healthy, and fix items in the database before the wheels fall off and upper management begins to scream?

  3. Phaninadra says:

    Hello

    I have Event 9175 problem how can I slove this

  4. Don B says:

    Trying to setup Exchange 2003. Fresh install. Move users mailboxes from a old 5.5 server with a differant OU using outlook PST files.

    Need to setup resource mailboxes for conference rooms – apparent need wizard in the ADC tools, but can seem to get them to install on the EX2003 machine??

    Also needing to setup secondary mailboxes for HR employment ad responses, but can’t figure out how this is done in EX2003.

    Can you help?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Exchange-faq.dk – Din portal til Microsoft Exchange Server information

  6. Anonymous says:

    Supergreen!!!  Installed in a jiffy on our test box.  Lee Derbyshirewrote an article over at msexchange.org – on how to create your custom Exchange 2003 OWA themes. To make this more fun, we made the files needed for XBOX-inspired OWA theme…

  7. Anonymous says:

      As Evan already mentioned on his blog, Raymond Chen has a great series on /3GB switch on his blog. What is really cool is that Raymond takes on some myths about the /3GB switch and  the fact that he…

  8. Anonymous says:

    We have moved our blog from blogs.msdn.com to http://blogs.technet.com/exchange. Your RSS feeds should…

  9. Anonymous says:

    Now that Windows 2003 SP1 is out, I wanted to mention a tool that has shipped as part of Windows 2003…

  10. Anonymous says:

    An Exchange Server related security bulletin was released today. Here are some details; please go and get…

  11. Anonymous says:

    Alex MacLeod posted an excellent article on Exchange TechCenter that deals with creating and editing…

  12. Anonymous says:

    Dave Goldman posted a very cool write-up on the OAB generation process on his blog. He broke it down…

  13. Anonymous says:

    Public folders are the monthly theme for May on Microsoft Exchange Server TechCenter. Some good reading…

  14. Anonymous says:

    Based on the questions that we got on another post, it seemed appropriate to address the "Requesting…

  15. Anonymous says:

    Based on the questions that we got on another post, it seemed appropriate to address the "Requesting…

  16. Anonymous says:

    Based on the questions that we got on another post, it seemed appropriate to address the "Requesting…

  17. Anonymous says:

    I’ve been offering some telephone support to my friend who is running Exchange 2000 who is trying to…

  18. Anonymous says:

    As it was mentioned in the previous post on the subject, Exmon (Exchange User Monitor) tool can be very…

  19. Anonymous says:

    After helping someone on the problem related to this not that long ago – I decided it might be good to…

  20. Anonymous says:

    Tosh Meston mentioned this on his blog a while ago, but as OWA customization subjects seem to be very…

  21. Anonymous says:

    Tosh Meston mentioned this on his blog a while ago, but as OWA customization subjects seem to be very…

  22. Anonymous says:

    It seems like a question of compatibility / incompatibility of current versions of Exchange (mainly Exchange…

  23. Anonymous says:

    It seems like a question of compatibility / incompatibility of current versions of Exchange (mainly Exchange…

  24. Anonymous says:

    Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) adds functionality to allow the administrator to completely…

  25. Anonymous says:

    Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) adds functionality to allow the administrator to completely…

  26. Anonymous says:

    Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) adds functionality to allow the administrator to completely…

  27. Anonymous says:

    A while back I posted on how to use ldp.exe to look up a user in the AD. I left out an important part,…

  28. Anonymous says:

    Exchange performance problems are sometimes quite hard to troubleshoot and figure out. Recently, we have…

  29. Anonymous says:

    Before Exchange 2003 SP2, database file headers did not contain any information about number of ECC fix-ups…

  30. Anonymous says:

    I was glad to see that we have a KB article stating this.  (Very well written, Nino…)  It…

  31. Anonymous says:

    As I’ve  mentioned before, Microsoft have now completed the acquisition of Frontbridge technologies. …

  32. Anonymous says:

    These are so cool.

    [via Nino]

  33. Anonymous says:

    We have several Exchange 12 Webcasts running this week, starting with one today. To keep up with what…

  34. Anonymous says:

    As mentioned before – we now have CTP build of Exchange 12 those of you that have MSDN and TechNet subscriptions…

  35. Anonymous says:

    Seeing that the Exchange 12 CTP build has been available for some time now, we have learned that some…

  36. Anonymous says:

    If you are following Eileen’s blog – you already know about this, but for you that don’t… A few more…

  37. Anonymous says:

    To try help local Exchange User Groups, we’ll have a few posts related to the subject. We want to help…

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