Bill Long’s Bio


I started at Microsoft in 1997 supporting Exchange 4.0 and 5.0 on the deep night shift, with a focus on disaster recovery. In 2001, I moved to a daytime team that focused on advanced troubleshooting and some elementary debugging. During that time, my focus changed to the RUS and public folders. After about a year and a half of that, I had a brief stint (about a year) on a team where I was assigned to work with specific customers. During this time period, I wrote the PFDAVAdmin tool as a learning exercise. Returning to my previous team around early 2004, I continued to improve my coding and debugging skills. In 2006 I became an Escalation Engineer, and have continued in that capacity since then. My main focus remains public folders, although I do venture into other areas of the code from time to time.


 


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Comments (4)
  1. Owen says:

    Great! I want to become an Exchange support engineer!

  2. Michelle Harmon says:

    You rock. :) Thanks for this post.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Once a site has no Exchange 5.5 servers in it, that old "Highest Priority" policy based on legacyExchangeDN…

  4. Anonymous says:

    Lately I’ve seen a lot of questions regarding the use of homeMDB in policy filters. I want to use this…

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