Well done MS.
One point to MS for getting out of their way to fix this. Now for something completely different: Hi MS, if you could try and deliver fit-for-purpose software to your _paying_ customers the first time around.... _that_ would be neat. We all can understand that software development is not an exact science, and that no complex piece of code can be guaranteed to be bug-free whatever testing you put it through, but seriously, this is getting ridiculous. I'm talking Exchange here (amongst others). We have several thousand users, and an Exchange system up to scale. For the last 5 years there has not been a month without a serious Exchange outage (the hardware and back-end are fine, mind you. Exchange just keeps dropping hundreds of mailboxes semi-randomly for no apparent reason.). That's only 1 to 2 % of mailboxes at a time, and that's temporary, most of the time, so no problem. Who needs their mailbox available more than 5 days out of 7 (randomly) anyway? Well, according to the service queue that we regularly have to replace with a recorded apology, lots of people.
Thank you for not listening, thanks to the accumulation of blunders I might be allowed to finally switch to a real system
Pissed anon tired of strugling with Exchange shortcomings