"First post!!!" of the Microsoft Exchange team blog

This is a group blog written by folks from the Microsoft Exchange server team. We are developers, testers, program managers, technical writers and product support engineers who work with Exchange. At the end of each blog entry, you’ll see the author’s name and a link to their bio. The bios of all participants can be…


Patricia Anderson’s Bio

I’m a writing lead at Microsoft in the Exchange User Education group. In Exchange 2003 and Exchange  2000, I focused on transport and routing components.


Mike Lee’s Bio

I’ve been with Microsoft for 6 years. I started at Microsoft in Exchange Support, and I’ve stuck with Exchange since then. I recently moved from PSS to the Exchange Customer Experience team (CXP). My primary focus has been on disaster recovery, and I’ve written a few KB articles and papers on the subject over the years. I’ve become a big…


Scott Landry’s Biography

Prior to coming to Microsoft, I worked for four years as an administrator supporting IIS, Exchange, and a medium-sized network.  My education background is a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of S. Carolina, so I try to poke around in code, especially when it helps me to solve an issue or understand how…


Steve Mattox’s Biography

For my entire career here at Microsoft I have been working with Messaging in some fashion.  Early on it was Key Management Server (KMS) for Exchange 5.5, I worked briefly on the Exchange SDK and then helped to make Mailbox manager a decent application, not just a tool, and then I branched off in to…


Steve Mattox’s Bio

For my entire career here at Microsoft I have been working with Messaging in some fashion.  Early on it was Key Management Server (KMS) for Exchange 5.5, I worked briefly on the Exchange SDK and then helped to make Mailbox manager a decent application, not just a tool, and then I branched off in to…


Ashley Webb’s Biography

All of my 4 years at Microsoft have been spent in the Messaging group in product support. I started out supporting Exchange 5.5 and lived through the Exchange 2000 release. I was able to work on our Exchange 2000 Setup/Deployment team for about a year. This gave me a great chance to work on some complex migration scenarios…


Paul Bowden’s Biography

Paul is the Release Manager of Exchange Server. He’s been with Microsoft for 11 years and is based out of the Redmond, WA headquarters. Since leaving college, Paul has worked on the design and engineering of many electronic messaging systems, from X.400 and MHS to global client/server digital networks. Paul started work on Exchange Server…


Dan Winter’s Biography

I have been with Microsoft full-time for close to 4 years now…  I started out on the Exchange 24×7 team in product support and have been there ever since.  When I started I was working with Exchange 5.0 and Exchange 5.5.  I got to work through the beta and release of Exchange 2000 and trained…