About the Author

Name Damian Scoles
Location Chicago, IL
Industry Technology
Introduction Microsoft Exchange MVP and Technical Architect for Netrix, LLC, a Microsoft Gold Partner in Chicago, IL. I hold many Microsoft certifications for Exchange (5.5 – 2016), Windows and Active Directory and Office 365.

For the past 20 years I have worked at various levels in the IT field. I am now looking to give back after all the years of finding answers to my questions on other people’s blogs. The posts here will be about personal experiences/solutions as well as random thoughts on the Unified Communications field. My goal is to contribute information to help people with their needs with regards to Exchange and Office 365, occasionally dabbling in Skype, Lync or SharePoint.

5 thoughts on “About the Author

  1. Hi ,

    This is Denny, the creator of this free automated employee
    provisioning/termination app– Z-hire. I wrote this app for the TechNet community a year ago.

    Since you run a very informative blog, I would like your help
    spread the word. Since my application is free, i need supporters from the
    community. It would means a lot if you can help.

    Here is a link to my app
    http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Z-Hire-Employee-Provisionin-e4854d6b

    Thanks
    Denny

  2. Hi Damian, I am banging my head trying to get a 2003 to 2010 migration to function properly.
    I am at a point where I have exchange 2010 installed on a brand new 2008 server and have moved a single mailbox from 2003 to 2010. In this case it is the Administrator mailbox.

    I can sent email from the Admin account via OWA to external recipients but cannot send internally or recieve email from internal or external sources.

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    cheers,

    jim

  3. Hey Man,

    did you had performance problems withe the calener of Outlook 2007, too?! I a hve this problem, since i migrated a Exchange 2003, to 2010 and finally to Exchange 2013!

    Cheers, Benjamin

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