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Drew Nicholson, CCA, MCP

I am an MCP in Exchange 5.5. I've been in IT for over four years, working mainly for small companies, filling the Systems Administration role. Of all the technologies I've worked with, Exchange is my favorite.

Currently, I am a Network Engineer for RapidApp, a complete consulting services firm. I just recieved my CCA (Citrix Certified Administrator) at the end of March.

I've been a reader and contributor to various OutlookExchange lists during that time, and have always found it a helpful environment, so I thought, heck, why not get a little more involved? Why not, indeed!

I live in the western suburbs of Chicago, IL, with my wife, Capri and my two year old son, Max.

Tips for the Exchange Admin In-depth Articles and Papers Q & A generated by this column
Tips, Part I
(Documenting your Exchange Server)
An Exchange Restore Case Study Changing the Service Account?
Tips, Part II
(Exchange Installation and Upgrading)
A Very Basic OL2K Users Guide Hiding the Internet Headers?
Yet Another Tips Page
(Showing the Permissions Tab and Acessing extra mailboxes)
An Ever Growing List Of Utilities
Every Exchange Administrator Will Want and love.
Why Are PST's Bad?
Son of Tips!
(Importing PABs, Disabling Display Names,
Changing the Outlook Profile, Public Folder Age Limits)
Contact Management and Contact Management Utilities
by my friend, Brian Pituley
Creating A Global Contacts List
Why you need one and how to do it.
A Weird OWA Problem I Had
Creating a Button for a Public Folder Attachments -- Blocking, Reassociating and Stomping.

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