Outlook without religion is lame

Random musings from a Outlook/SharePoint CPR SEE at Microsoft.

September, 2008

Blog - About

About my blog - credits

SharePoint Support Escalation Engineer isn't a one man job. I be most remiss were I not to properly credit those who help me make the most of my role in Microsoft Support every day:

To God, for creating such a great Universe, and for simplifying my rules for living from 10 rules to 2. And for His Son, Jesus, who explained the new rules so clearly and then led by example as well.
Very special thanks to my lovely bride Michelle - you are so patient with me!
Thanks to my sons who let me see life through different eyes every day!
Thanks to my manager and management team at Microsoft for keeping me employed on a job which never fails to bring me great joy and satisfaction.
Thanks to my teammates for sharing in the thrill of discovery, the pain of unresolved issues and all-nighters and for helping me to grow into a professional!
Special thanks to our Microsoft customers and partners for helping us to write and improve upon the world's best software!
Thanks to my Scottish Terriers for loving me no matter what time I get home...

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    I am a PC

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    Our recent marketing campaign with Bill Gates and Jerry Seinfeld was a hoot! It was meant for a short run, and unfortunately, it is now over. But we have a new campaign and I appreciate that Microsoft have taken the high road with it. After watching...
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    Large Pictures clipped in Outlook 2007 - Maximum size for images?

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    Hi everyone, quick vacation blog concerning images (JPG, BMP, etc...) rendering improperly, and specifically clipping of said images, in Outlook 2007. When viewed with the legacy clients, the images render properly. When viewing the images with Outlook...
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    What's in a title?

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    My title has been recently changed to Senior Support Escalation Engineer. Given that I have served to the best of my ability in our Outlook/Exchange and SharePoint support teams for 5 years, I am quite excited and grateful to have a title with such distinction...
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