Who is the world's greatest expert on Microsoft Exchange?

by Volker Weber

Hint: He does not work for Microsoft. Don't cheat. Try to figure it out, then click.


Does hovering over the link without clicking pass as "figuring it out"?

Ralph Unden, 2006-09-20

Actually, he would have been my first guess. But only since you asked. If anyone else (especially someone I wouldn't know) I wouldn't have had an answer. But of course he acts under the motto: Know your enemy! ;-)

Ragnar Schierholz, 2006-09-20

Ralph, no, that would be cheating. Ragnar, knowing and being the world's most outspoken is a difference.

Volker Weber, 2006-09-20

I'm not sure I get your point. Ed never claimed to be an expert on Exchange. He doesn't even claim to be an expert on using Domino. If you are being facetious and trying to claim that his frequent references to Exchange somehow correlate to being an expert, that is not a very valid assumption.

On the other hand, had you asked "who lives in a glass house and throws the most stones", I'd be the first person on board. :-)

Charles Robinson, 2006-09-20

On average, twice a month I write something about Exchange...maybe another time or two about MS overall. { Link } In the most recent posting, I wrote exactly two sentences of my own content.

So if less than 5% of my overall postings are about this competitor, and tons of readers post/e-mail/IM/attend my presentations, indicating that they get a lot of value out of knowing what the competition is up to.... then WTF? Others may not like it, but it works for me.

Ed Brill, 2006-09-20

This was supposed to be a gentle, tongue-in-cheek remark. I could have done much worse. ;-)

Volker Weber, 2006-09-21

This was easy after reading Ragnar's comments (the "know your enemy" remark).

Roman Kopac, 2006-09-21

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