Got my Microsoft MVP Award again for the 4th year!


I just got my MVP Award e-mail in the area of Exchange for the 4th year.
 
It is an honor to be selected as a Microsoft MVP since there are only around 30 or so Exchange MVP in the US and 120 world wide.  In order to become an MVP you must be nominated by others in the technical community you work with, Microsoft employees, or other MVPs. Each year a panel of Microsoft employees reviews the contributions of each nominee for quality, quantity, and level of impact on the technical community.
 
So basically you have to write articles, blog post, or otherwise contribute to the technical community and be recognized for your work.
 
In order to keep your MVP status each year you must continue to contribute to the community.  This year I was so busy with my new job at Mimosa Systems (blog post on this topic), who creates an Exchange E-mail archiving solution called NearPoint, that I haven’t had time to contribute as much as I normally do.
 
Here’s what I did in 2008:
 
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