October is rapidly coming to a close, which means we’re coming up on the fall Exchange Connections conference in Las Vegas. We’re going to have a lot of good Exchange 2007 content there, but don’t worry; we’re not abandoning Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 users! I’ll be reprising my All About Sender ID session from Orlando this past spring, as well as doing two new sessions: Getting Rid of PSTs and Testing Your Mail Hygiene Solution.
This conference is actually going to be my first real vacation in a long time, too. My wife and I are leaving the kids in good hands and she’s coming to Vegas with me, so we’ll have a whole four days out of state without our (admittedly wonderful, though far too clever and stressful) children. This will be the first time since, well, ever. I’ll be glad to have Steph along for my first foray into Sin City, and it will help relieve a lot of my typical travel stress to have her along.
If you’re going to be attending, drop me a note — I’d love to hear from you. More importantly, if you’ve got a question or comment about my proposed topics, by all means let me know. I’ve still got time to fine-tune my presentations and I’m always eager for real-world feedback. Best yet, if you come to one of my sessions, I’ll be giving out copies of the Exchange Server Cookbook again. Same deal as last time — fill out and turn in your session evaluation and we’ll draw them at the end of the session.