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Jay Gundotra

Jay Gundotra
Jay Paul Gundotra, (MCP,MCT,MCSE, CompTIA) Jay Paul Gundotra (MCP,MCT,MCSE, CompTIA) is the founder of ENow, Inc. He has over 15 years of experience in network computing. Jay has designed, deployed, administered, and consulted on Microsoft Exchange server since version 4.0 was released in 1996 for various organizations including Getronics, Small Business Administration, Storage USA, Westfield, J2 Global Communications, Visa, DS Waters, and Fox Television. He has designed networks for private companies with as many as 15,000 workstations nationwide. He has experienced the entire spectrum of IT services from development of software to managing a global IT team for an enterprise company. Jay is also an instructor and has delivered training to the government. He has also spoken at various Microsoft events including the Microsoft Exchange Conference. You can follow Jay via twitter (@JPGundotra).
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24
Jul

Lync: With great power comes great responsibility

When was the last time you licked a stamp? Or made a call from a landline? When was the last time you flew across the country for a 10 minute meeting with a projector?  It wasn’t...
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08
Sep

Looking for an easy way to synchronize GALs between organizations?

By ESE Contributing Authors Hans Willi Kremer and Jay Gundotra Communication Shifts and Demands: In today’s ever-changing marketplace, many companies have made strategic shifts...
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10
Aug

Outlook Whenever Wherever – Outlook Anywhere (Shakira, Shakira) – Part 2: Completing the Configuration and Troubleshooting…

By AdminESE · Monday, August 10th, 2009 In the last part of this two part series we covered the importance of understanding your DNS domain naming and indeed the correct...
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14
Jul

Outlook Whenever Wherever – Outlook Anywhere (Shakira, Shakira) – Part 1: DNS Domains and SSL Planning…

By AdminESE Tuesday, July 14th, 2009 From the sheer depths of postings and questions and answers on the Internet one could be forgiven for assuming that Outlook Anywhere is almost...
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30
Aug

Anomalies when using the BPA with Exchange 2007 CCR Cluster on Windows 2008

By AdminESE Saturday, August 30th, 2008 Reproduced with Permission from: http://telnetport25.wordpres.com Like many Exchange Administrators whom have embarked upon a few recent...
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30
Aug

Things that can be missed in Exchange 2007 migration planning…

By AdminESE Saturday, August 30th, 2008 Let’s be honest – Exchange 2007 is a beast of a product, and indeed potentially a bigger leap in redesign than the jump from Exchange 5.5...
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