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Tony Redmond MVP

Tony Redmond MVP
Tony Redmond has been working with Exchange Server since Digital and Microsoft concluded the Alliance for Enterprise Computing in August 1995 and he found out that the OpenVMS-based email server that he was working on had just been superseded. He's written ten books on Exchange to date, including his latest "Inside Out" book on Exchange 2013 (Mailbox and High Availability) that appeared in October 2013. In addition, he has written literally hundreds of articles about different aspects of Exchange and has spoken at conferences such as TechEd, MEC, Exchange Connections, and HP's Technology Forum.
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