Lee Dumas

Lee Dumas is the Director of Architecture at Azaleos, and has been involved with Exchange and messaging for over 13 years—first as a core member of the Exchange development team at Microsoft and then in various consulting roles. He specializes in architecture and operations specific to Exchange and Active Directory, and is also proficient in other Exchange-related technologies such as UM, OCS, and mobile devices. Most recently, before joining Azaleos, Lee spent seven years in "real world" deployment engagements in which he helped companies—ranging from a handful of seats up to multinational corporations with 60,000 or more seats—get Exchange messaging running smoothly. Lee is a pioneer MCA Ranger and has been part of the program since it first expanded outside of Microsoft four years ago. He can be reached at Lee.Dumas@azaleos.com.

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