Ewan Dalton’s Bio

I first touched Exchange 4.0 Beta 2 (as a customer) and saw the future of reliable mail delivery, then never looked back. I’ve been with Microsoft for about 9 years, spending most of that time working in “the field” (as a pre-sales technical specialist, covering messaging, collaboration & mobility technologies) before transferring into the Exchange…


Jeff Mealiffe’s Bio

Hi! I’m currently a Senior Program Manager on the Exchange Team. I’ve been working on the Exchange product at Microsoft for over 10 years in various roles. In that time, my focus has been on performance, scalability, capacity planning, and deployment going all the way back to Exchange 2000. I’ve also been heavily engaged in…


Eric Hartmann’s Biography

I’m a tester in the Exchange Core team, have been in Interop for the past 5 years using all the flavors of Outlook and other clients to test Exchange. Done lots of automation. I owned calendaring and free/busy for a very long time, worked with the Outlook team during the Exchange 2003/Outlook 2003 ship cycle, and…


Tosh Meston’s Bio

My name is Tosh Meston.  I am a developer on the Outlook Web Access (OWA) team.  Exchange 2003 is my first release of Exchange.  I was directly or indirectly involved with such OWA features as: Junk E-mail Options, Rules, S/MIME, Contacts search, Messaging forms, the HTML editor, and those cool new recipient wells.   I used to…


Fun with the Offline Address Book (OAB)

As companies adopt Outlook 2003 cached mode for their users, the Offline Address Book (OAB) becomes increasingly important. When Outlook 2003 users open the GAL or use name resolution, the OAB is used instead of making requests to a Global Catalog server. The OAB itself consists of a set of .OAB files which are attached…


Eric Hartmann’s Bio

I’m a tester in the Exchange Core team, have been in Interop for the past 5 years using all the flavors of Outlook and other clients to test Exchange. Done lots of automation. I owned calendaring and free/busy for a very long time, worked with the Outlook team during the Exchange 2003/Outlook 2003 ship cycle, and…


Amanda Langowski’s Biography

I am a Program manager on the System Management team in the Exchange product group. Previous to becoming a PM I worked in PSS as a support professional, doing what else, supporting Exchange. In support I did everything from disaster recovery to deployment to directory integration issues and so on… I also supported other areas…


Dipti Sahu’s Biography

I am a Program Manager in the Exchange Customer Experience team and work on various programs that aim to improve the quality and capabilities of Exchange Server through customer connection and understanding. I’ve been in Exchange for about 6 years and have worked extensively on customer touch programs, validating Exchange deployment scenarios. Prior to that,…


Cathy Anderson’s Biography

I’ve been at Microsoft for more than 10 years, first as an editor in PSS and Exchange UE, and now as a content release manager for the Exchange UE team.


Patricia Anderson’s Biography

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.