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Monday, March 12, 2007


Exchangepedia Blog: A note to visitors

Posted by Bharat Suneja at 1:09 AM
It wasn't very long ago when I got excited about getting a 1000 pageviews a day - then a milestone for this blog [reached in the week of Jan. 21, 2007 "Exchangepedia Blog crosses another landmark: over 1000 pageviews/day"].

Little did I know what was in store a few weeks down the road, thanks in no small part to DST 2007 posts!

The traffic in the past weeks and days has grown by an order of magnitude, and is getting to a point where I may have to think about replicating this blog to another server - (the blog's currently hosted by a "trusted but rusted" old Pentium III - as in number 3 - box running at a blazing 400 Mhz with all of 256 Mb. of RAM! No, it's not Linux & Apache, but Windows Server 2003 & IIS).

Thanks for all the comments: Thanks to all those who recently left comments, particularly on the post titled DST 2007: Understanding what needs to be done and how to do it - comments like "Well Written - So rest of us can comprehend", and "Very nicely written. Much better than anything else I have read yet", and best of all "...your blog rocks!" - whoever left the last comment, the beer's on me next time. :)

Many of you have posted questions on different posts & topics. The number of comments has increased to a point that I cannot respond to each and every comment. I will try to get to as many as I can, as soon as I can.

Having said that, please continue to leave feedback about the posts or content you like, and feel free to point out any technical issues or inaccuracies.

It is very satisfying to know that you find this blog useful, and the information helpful in your IT adventures, particularly those with Exchange server and messaging.

I'm at the MVP Summit in Seattle/Redmond this week - it'll likely be one of those weeks with very few or no posts. Hopefully, I'll get to catch up when I get back, and hopefully this week brings an end to DST 2007 issues. (Depending on how the rebasing efforts went, I would expect some user complaints about appointments being off... ).




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