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Summary of year 2014

Summary: Fantastic, beautiful, hectic, fun, stressed… well.. this year (2014) got it all! In most ways it has been great 🙂 In the professional way I took the opportunity to join Microsoft AB/MCS (Microsoft Consulting Services) and together with that me and my wife (yes we got married this year too) moved from Malmö to Stockholm in late February 2014. We had some struggle to find an rental apartment but sorted it out, then sold my old apartment and bought a new one in Stockholm. In the meantime we planned our wedding…

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Summary of year 2013

The final post of this year is a summary of 2013, the year that gave my career a real boost. Before this year started I had a few goals, one of them was to get the MCM/MCSM: Exchange approved from the company I’m working for. This was accomplished and a few weeks later it was announced that Microsoft Learning cancelled them. On the private level I proposed to my fiancée and we are getting married in May 2014 :). Regarding work and projects, I’ve been involved in a few great…

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Part 6: Prerequisites for Coexistence between Domino and Exchange 2013/Office 365

Published: 2013-10-08 Updated: – Version: 1.0 This post will focus on having the technical prerequisites ready and in place for a successful Domino/Notes coexistence deployment. Before going into any details, if you are planning to do have a coexistence scenario between Domino and Exchange, you may consider to use Dell Software’s Coexistence Manager for Notes. One important thing to mention is that there is a requirement from the vendor, to use certified people for the project. This blog post is based on Coexistence Manager for Notes version 3.5.0.29 Read the…

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A summary of year 2012

It has been an amazing year for me in many ways, both private and work related things. But this post keeps the focus on the work related things.. I’ve been involved in a couple of really interesting projects such as a large coexistence between Domino and Exchange (45-50k users), coexistence between Domino and Office 365. Also migrated lots of mailboxes from Domino to Exchange. Besides the “complex” migration projects, I’ve also been involved in a large Exchange transition and storage design with 25-30k users for a customer. Together with all…

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