The UC Architects Episode 2: Corruption, Poison and Ethiopia

Today, the second podcast from “The UC Architects” was released.

In this episode Pat Richard, John A. Cook, Tom Arbuthnot, Andrew J. Price and  Johan Veldhuis talk about various topics including: Lync CU6, Microsoft buying Yammer, Exchange Poison Mailboxes and Mailbox Corruption. They also reveal the Lync “tip of the day” and take a look into the future with some interesting events coming up!

Take a look at The UC Architects for more information or subscribe via RSS. If you’re using iTunes, click here to subscribe.

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“The UC Architects”: a new Unified Communications podcast online now!

I’m very pleased to announce that from today you can download the first episode of “The UC Architects”; a regular bi-weekly podcast with a focus on Microsoft Exchange and Lync!


In this week’s episode, Steve Goodman, Dave Stork, John A. Cook, Serkan Varoglu and myself talk about various topics including:

  • Exchange 2010 Service Pack 2 Update Rollup 3, and why you should update
  • Exchange 15: the rumors and the facts
  • TechEd NA, MEC
  • “What’s new in the community this week?”

In future episodes you will also be able to hear from the rest of the team including:

“The UC Architects” is available as an RSS feed, which you can subscribe to here:

The podcast is also available in iTunes and Zune Marketplace. Check out the website for more information.

Click HERE to download the first podcast!

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Coming to speakers near you! Soon!

Hi all!

Are you interested in “Unified Communications”? Do you love working with products like Microsoft Exchange or Lync? Looking for some fun while driving to work? Well, if that’s the case, there’s something coming for you!

Stay tuned and find out soon what the following people have in common:

  • @stevegoodman
  • @patrichard
  • @mderooij
  • @tomarbuthnot
  • @jveldh
  • @_busbar
  • @dmstork
  • @johnacook
  • @ExchServPro
  • @StaleHansen
  • @LegendaryPricey
  • @mvanhorenbeeck



P.S.: perhaps a little hint: