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Please post questions on the forums

Please post questions on the forums

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Recently our team received several emails asking questions about Windows Azure Platform. We welcome your questions, and we're glad to help you. But we'd like to state that before sending emails to our team, it is recommended to post the question on the forums. Below we'll list several benefits you'll get by posting the question on the forums:

  1. The question is more visible, and more community members will help you to solve the problem.
  2. You can search the forums first to find similar problems, and how they were solved.
  3. Our team does not work 24*7. But when we're sleeping, very likely a community member in the other half of the hemisphere will answer your question.
  4. If your question is answered, the answer will become a valuable piece of knowledge for other community members.

We call our work on the technical forums as community support. So we'd like to share our knowledge with as many as community members as possible. But we also understand from time to time, you may encounter situations that you do not want to share with others. In this case, please feel free to contact other support channels as listed on http://www.microsoft.com/windowsazure/support/. Currently all supports are free of charge.

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