As our Limerick contest ended close to 2 weeks now, we figured we should announce our winners. Without further ado, here they are!
1st prize winner (will receive an
There once was a gal with FiveFive
Her mail system was barely alive
She sat at her desk
And thought “oh what a mess”
I need to upgrade to survive
So she upgraded to E2003
And she experienced some level of glee
Her transport state was a link
And she had active sync
But she was missing that VOIP
She moved quickly to native mode
Required to travel the road
Up to E2007
She was told it was heaven
And 64bit could handle the load
The new design, well it gave her control
Divided now by function and role
Hub and mailbox you see
Edge in the DMZ
A thing called UM and CASserole?
So what is this new CAS role dish?
No not something to do with phish
It serves clients you see
Like IMAP and POP3
And other stuff somewhat nebbish
None of this made her afraid
She proceeded with the upgrade
No longer a zero
She now was a hero
Running everything on a few blades
Most tasks are no longer a chore
Management no longer a bore
You might say “Oh do tell”
It’s the management shell
Which is at simplicity’s core
So get moving, get going today
And let’s see if you too will say
That this is the best version
A joyful excursion
Now go forth and enjoy your frappe!
2nd prize winner (will receive a $25 Amazon.com gift cert and an E2007 shirt)
Exchange 2007 sure is great,
Migrating mail will soon be my fate,
But Powershell is slick,
And does the job quick,
So I won't be stuck working too late!
3rd prize winner (will receive a $25
Unified messaging is finally here,
I've been waiting for almost a year.
To: hear to my VM,
From: an IE plug-in,
This Subject: will give out a cheer!
Honorable mention pick (an internal MS submission)
With viruses sprouting like crab grass
We knew we could not let ‘em all pass.
Forefront’s our option
For prime virus stoppin’
And saving the mail admin’s…. butt.
Congratulations to all of the winners!
We are contacting our winners offline to get the shipping squared away. Thank you all for participating!
- The Exchange Team
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