New blog suggestion procedure!

Published Dec 10 2004 12:00 PM 775 Views

Since this blog was started, we had two "suggestion boxes" created. Here was the first one and here the second one. We covered multiple subjects that you suggested and still have some to cover, but can always take on more suggestions.


The problem is - after some time, the comments to blog posts get disabled so - you can't give us more suggestions!


That's why we came up with another way of doing this:


If you have a suggestion for the blog post that you would like us to write about or you want us to cover a specific subject or want to learn more about that hard-to-find-documentation-about Exchange component - please send us an email to the following email address:


Ehloidea AT microsoft DOT com


Putting "blog idea" into the Subject line would help, but is not required.


While your ideas will not be visible as posts, they will get to us and then we can get them to right people that can write about those subjects.


Please note: If you're looking for support for a problem you're having with Exchange right now, emailing the suggestion group is not the way to get an answer. Instead, check out the many active Exchange newsgroups and mailing lists where you can get help from other Exchange administrators, developers, and MVPs. You can also go here to get access to our Knowledge Base and see other support options.


- Nino Bilic

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Address issues with exchange 2003 and Citrix Metaframe XP
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Hello Nino, <br> <br>My apologies for the inappropriate method of contact but I promise that this is not a request for technical support. While doing research for my customer's upcoming Exchange 2003 migration, I came across your article &quot;Deployment Changes in Exchange 2003 SP1&quot;. When I attempted to use the link to article 836489, I received a page telling me no such article exists. I also tried searching the KB myself with both the article ID and the the title but with no success. I just want to get my hands on the information. Any ideas? <br> <br>Thanks very much, <br>Chris Ballou <br>
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Hello! Love the site! Keep up the great work. <br> <br>I'd love to see some posts or information on exchange resource forests. We are currently in the middle of a 10,000 user migration to an exchange 2003 resource forest. Let me tell you, its quite a task and we've run into more odd problems, its just unreal. Anyways, I'd love to see the expert's views on this and any info they would like to share. <br> <br>Thanks, <br> <br>Alan Sebastian <br> <br>
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