Thanks for the Memories
A long goodbye precedes this quick getaway.
- By Bill Boswell
In this week's column, I'd like to take this opportunity
to say goodbye. I've taken on other commitments and this will be my last
I want to express my deep appreciation for the great questions I've gotten
from you and the positive feedback I've received about the column. I can
honestly say that not a day has gone by that I haven't learned something
useful from a reader. Writing this column has made me a part of a global
community of IT professionals. It's an experience I'll always treasure.
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I also want to thank the great team at 101communications and the MCPmag.com
Web site for making this column possible. I have a special thanks for
my editor, Michael Domingo, who labors ceaselessly to take my raw copy
(nearly always delivered right at deadline if not a little bit after)
and turn it into the professional content you're accustomed to seeing.
His craftmanship and good humor made doing this column every week a real
Thanks, too, to the sponsors of this column. Advertising is the engine
that keeps vehicles like this in motion. I hope you continue to click
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Finally, I want to thank Keith Ward, senior editor at this and Redmond
magazines and the guy who first invited me to join the team at 101com.
Keith's commitment to technical excellence, his zeal for pleasing his
readers and his journalistic integrity are a model for the industry. Thanks,
Q&A will continue to live on, but with guest columnists who are experts
in their own right and just as capable of answering your most perplexing
Windows, Exchange and general networking problems weekly. Be sure to welcome
them with open arms and your list of questions. If you've been saving
any really tough questions, now would be the time to submit them.
Contributing Editor Bill Boswell, MCSE, is the principal of Bill Boswell Consulting, Inc. He's the author of Inside Windows Server 2003 and Learning Exchange Server 2003 both from Addison Wesley. Bill is also Redmond magazine's "Windows Insider" columnist and a speaker at MCP Magazine's TechMentor Conferences.