My Top 5 Exchange Experts to Follow and 2 I Wish I Could

In the spirit of making meaningless lists , I thought I would put together my own compilation. These are in no particular order or rank.

Five to Follow

  1. Paul Cunningham: Paul is my go-to, how-to guy. His blog posts are informative, easy to read and hit the mark. He is the only Australian I know. That counts for something.
  2. Tony Redmond: No explanation needed here. I have followed Tony since my 5.5 days, and believe me, it makes him nervous. I was there when he announced that he had passed the “Clap” to the Exchange Product Group. I think I should get a t-shirt for that.
  3. Andrew S Higginbotham: I love his blog posts. A lot of common-sense fixes for those annoying issues we all run into. He’s younger than me and that pisses me off.
  4. Jeff Guillet: Jeff has the uncanny ability to always have a blog post ready just when its needed. And don’t forget to read his ADFS stuff as well! You will typically find Jeff at Ignite sessions propped up against a wall near the front.
  5. Paul Robichaux: Probably the best dressed MVP. I love listening to Paul talk. He has a very reassuring  manner and tone. We all know how good he is, no explanation needed for his inclusion here either.

Two I Wish I Could Follow

  1. Ed Crowley: Ed has been doing this stuff a long time so I’m sure he has no desire to be followed by anyone. I would never physically follow him however, that will only lead to some bus that takes 5 hours to get to the conference just to save a few bucks.
  2. Rich Matheisen: The original Exchange NewsGroup King, Rich has retired from both work and MVP-dom. I learned more about the SMTP RFCs from him than I can ever thank him for. Enjoy your retirement, Richard.

 

I left a lot of people off this list of course, including myself. 😛

It’s safe to say that all the Exchange MVPs I know and love are worth following and listening to, well, except a few. That list is only viewable at Joey’s in Bellevue, WA.

 

 

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