Jared (Ji-Chao) Zhang’s Bio


I'm Jared Zhang (??? in Chinese), a Program Manager on the System Management team in Exchange, where I contribute to the design of Exchange 2007 (E12) and the planning of the next generation of Exchange from a system management perspective. My focus is in the Admin area including Exchange management GUI and command line. I worked on various GUI features (recipient management, client access, etc) and wrote scripts and one-liners using PowerShell for Exchange 2007 management.


 


I joined Microsoft in 2005. Previously I was a developer at Sun Microsystems for 3 years. I worked on Java projects integrating APIs into JDK 6.0 and Solaris Common Desktop Environment sustained engineering. I spent a lot of time working with Java and Linux communities.


 


I'm located in Beijing, China and graduated from Tsinghua Univ. China with a M.S. degree in Computer Science in July 2002. My research interests included system architecture and high-performance computing (HPC) as a graduate student.

Comments (4)
  1. SrC says:

    Question:  is a disconnected mailbox the same as a disassociated mailbox?  Could you give me a definition of each?

  2. jared_zhang says:

    Sorry for a late response. Per the Exchange 2007 Help doc:

    "A disconnected mailbox is a mailbox that is not associated with an Active Directory directory service user account."

    See:

    http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/E2k7Help/4b44e22b-83af-4688-b3eb-b49f0b3e09e7.mspx?mfr=true

    By the definition, the "disassociated mailbox" means the same thing as disconnected mailbox. And we do not use the "disassociated mailbox" term in Exchange 2007.

  3. Anonymous says:

    A few days ago, we posted blog The new Exchange 2007 Management Console overview and Recipient Management…

  4. Anonymous says:

    A few days ago, we posted blog Exchange Server 2007 recipient management one-liners covering common…

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