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Ricardo Silva's Corner
About the Author


My name is Ricardo Silva, I'm MOUS in Outlook 2000 and I develop the only Portuguese site dedicated only to Outlook and Exchange (www.rsoutlook.com).
I am based in Lisbon - Portugal. 
I work in KPMG Portugal has IT user support. And I'm working on my first book: Mastering Outlook XP and 2000 (Portuguese).
I spent a lot of time with Outlook and I'm still amazed with so much I have to learn. It's a great tecnhology that I want to share my knowledge with others. 
I hope you all enjoy reading my column.


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Ricardo Silva is member of KPMG Portugal IT Support team and has been working with Outlook and Exchange development projects for two years.

He develops the only exclusive Portuguese site on Outlook and Exchange.

You may contact Ricardo at ricardo@outlookexchange.com.


 
 
 


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