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Alexander Zammit

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Alexander Zammit has been developing server applications for over 15 years. Most of his works involve Exchange integrated applications, including a FAX server, a mail security product and anti-spam products.

  • Published: Feb 15, 2006
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ExchangeInbox is one year old! This is the right opportunity to thank all those supporting the site in one way or another. Seeing the site growing and evolving is a great pleasure.

ExchangeInbox is one year old! This is the right opportunity to thank all those supporting the site in one way or another. Seeing the site growing and evolving is a great pleasure.

Our goal for the past year was to establish ExchangeInbox as a valuable resource to the community. Thus the focus was to obey the first and most important law of the internet - Content is the King. For this reason we focused on covering aspects in Exchange for which information was lacking. We also revisited other topics offering a fresh point of view.

Our second rule was to keep ExchangeInbox open and uncluttered. We want administrators to grab the information they need and move on with their work. This has inspired our simple site design where most of the space is taken up by the articles themselves. As the site grows further we will certainly need to improve the site structure and categorize the information. Nevertheless you can expect this rule to be taken forward.

Closely related to the open access to ExchangeInbox is the fact that all content is 100% free and that no logins are required. As we all know logins are a nuisance. Great for marketers to monitor what you are doing, but irritating to anyone like me who is always in a hurry.

Sometimes I ask myself whether ExchangeInbox should host a message board for peer-to-peer support. Message boards do require some form of login. Knowing with whom you are interacting is very valuable in this all-too-virtual environment. Nevertheless my allergy to logins was not the key reason for not having a message board so far. The official public newsgroups are already doing an excellent job, with the best Exchange experts providing prompt solutions. I am myself making it a point to be more often on the newsgroups and helping other peers. So in this case I see little need for yet another Exchange discussion forum.

Thanks a lot for your support, encouragement and advices. Anyone having feedback or wanting to contribute anything interesting to the Exchange community should get in touch through our contact form. We look forward in providing fresh new resources in helping you manage and run your Exchange servers!

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