Terry Myerson’s Bio


I lead the team responsible for the design and development of Exchange- the world’s most popular corporate email and calendar server, used every day by over 160M people. Prior to Exchange, I helped lead a few different efforts at Microsoft including Site Server, Windows Management Instrumentation, and BizTalk.


I came to Microsoft from Interse Corporation, where I was one of the founders and CEO. Interse was acquired by Microsoft in 1997, and the technology now ships as part of Microsoft Commerce Server.


When I’m not on email, or working on better ways to deliver the mail, I play with 3 great kids.

Comments (17)
  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi,

    I’ve hopefully met many of you at TechEd, IT Forum, or another

    Exchange community event…

  2. Peter Nagl says:

    Hi Terry,

    i would love to support your team with the Exchange 2003 sp2 testing. We are a Certified Microsoft Partner in Austria and my main business is Exchange 2003 Server + migrating from all kind of platforms (Notes, Groupwise, Sendmail) to Exchange.

    Also i am currious if there are any special meetings with the Exchange Team (about Exch 12) on the European TechEd 2005 in Amsterdam.

    please let me know.

    Have a nice Day !

    Peter Nagl

    p.nagl@artaker-computersysteme.com

  3. Robbie says:

    Would love to help you out and get an early insight into SP2.

    Keep up all the good work, love the blogging fantastic !!!!

    Regards

    Robbie

    UK

    robbie(DOT)roberts(AT)windrushfrozen.com

  4. Chris Barron says:

    Hi Terry,

    I’d certainly like to try out SP2.

    I would like to get our users off an IMAP/Unix system so we can share data more effectively, but the scalability of Exchange is a bit of a worry and I want to try the 75GB limit claim.

    Many thanks

    Chris

    CBarron@dataman-services.com

  5. David Hunter says:

    Terry:

    After attending Tech-Ed this past week I am very excited to about the new features of SP2.

    Our organization would love to try out SP2 and its new features.

    dhunter@pbhc.org

  6. Jeff Gladney says:

    I am the lead tech at a contract company. We have 20 – 30 clients running exchange 2003. We have a test server in house that we would love to help test the new service pack. We are also hoping that you will support blackberry with the new release. Please send me an email on regards to blackberry support and if we might be able to help with the testing process.

    Jeff@DigiTekNetworks.com

  7. Chris Barron says:

    Can you take my email address off the web this forum – I am now recieving tons of spam. It was pretty stupid posting my previous message!

  8. daan says:

    il like the new features and love to try it

  9. Anonymous says:

    A new frontier for Exchange was entered today, as we announced our intent to acquire FrontBridge Technologies. …

  10. Anonymous says:

    Recently, several articles have been written that Monad has been attacked by a virus and that Monad will…

  11. Anonymous says:

    A frequent topic of discussion with customers is the future of Public Folders, thus I think it would…

  12. Anonymous says:

    Last week, we signed off on E12 Beta 1. This is a great milestone for the product and the team. We’ve…

  13. Anonymous says:

    Following the December blog entry on Exchange 12 and 64 bit, Harold Wong asked me to record a podcast…

  14. Anonymous says:

    The team over on the Exchange Blog (You Had Me at EHLO…) have just posted a podcast interview of Terry…

  15. Anonymous says:

    When we released Beta 1, we promised the release would be available to MSDN and TechNet subscribers early…

  16. Anonymous says:

    The Exchange blog just posted an interview with Terry Myerson , General Manager of Exchange,…

  17. Anonymous says:

    With Beta 2 approaching, Exchange "12" needed a name. I know the suspense has been killing everyone….

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