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I am a Microsoft Infrastructure Architect and Professional Services Consultant; I focus on the design, migration, and implementation of Microsoft infrastructure and collaboration and management software; such as Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, SCOM, AD, and general Windows infrastructure. 

I am primarily an Exchange migration expert and have been doing Exchange migrations, upgrades, consolidations, divergences, heath checks, optimizations, and providing support and disaster recovery assistance since Exchange 4.0. If your organization has a need one of the top Exchange architects in the world please contact me at I have extensive experience with Exchange 2010 and Microsoft Office 365 and all previous versions of Exchange, 3rd party migration tools, and non-Microsoft messaging platforms.

Tech BIO:
Jason is an industry recognized expert on Microsoft Exchange and has designed and implemented some of the largest Exchange environments in the world. He has worked with Exchange for almost twenty year and has been a leading expert on Microsoft infrastructure technologies for over seventeen years. During this period, he has migrated and helped companies manage over a million user accounts and mailboxes. In addition to his consulting experience, Jason was a product manager at two software companies where he helped design their AD and Exchange management solutions.

As a
Microsoft Exchange MVP (2005 - Current), he has helped the Exchange community by participating in numerous forums, speaking opportunities, and training engagements. He is a regular contributor to various on-line resource for the Exchange community, as well as an author for Windows IT Pro Magazine and a contributor to other on-line resources. Jason has also spoken at various industry events, such as Microsoft TechEd, MEC, MMS, and Gartner Group ITExpo Symposium. For more information on Jason Sherry goto:

More Background:

Computers and technology have been my passion since 1986.  I've been a Microsoft Exchange MVP since 2006, one of 14 in the US and 92 globally as of October 2012, and have focused on AD, Exchange, and Windows for over seventeen years.  During this time I have been a technical consultant, project manager, a product manager, and helped build out the consulting department had multiple startup companies.

In addition to my AD and Exchange work, I have performed implementations of SharePoint, MIIS/ILM/FIM, MOM/SCOM, SMS, and various system management solutions. My contributions to the industry include various technical articles, white papers, participation in numerous forums, MVP related work, speaking opportunities, and training engagements.

I have worked with all versions of Exchange and SharePoint from the alphas to RTM and run multiple Exchange and SharePoint servers to host 30+ domains for friends and family.  In addition to my extensive technical experience, I have strong communication, public speaking, documentation, project management, and product management skills.

For fun I love to goto concerts (800+), ride dirt bikes, camp, ski, hike, go rafting and I'm an avid computer gamer (without much time to play them).   

I volunteer at my Longmont humane society, Independent Order of Odd Fellow, Apogaea, and in the early and late riding season with the forestry service and NCTR to keep clear and maintain trails, and occasionally with Habitat for Humanity.  I’m also very active on-line on social, environmental, and political reform issue.

Please see my resume for additional information regarding my experience.

Note to recruiters and others looking for a consultant:
My bill rate for short term on-site projects is $250/hr; rates are reduced for long term and remote projects.

I am not willing to relocate out of CO nor am I willing to do more than 50% travel for a project.  Almost all of my projects for the last five years have been done working remotely 80% of the time. 

If you have a project where you need one of the top Exchange architects in the world please contact me at

Google Me – “Jason Sherry” “Active Directory” 
or “Jason Sherry” Exchange

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All Articles
4/10/2008 Technical Posting
1/1/2008 postings
My Blog
Expand/Collapse Group : Active Directory ‎(3)
Where's the Web Admin Page for the AD?
Searching the AD
AD attribute and indexing setting
Expand/Collapse Group : Exchange 2003 ‎(13)
Securing Exchange Email
Disaster Recovery for Exchange - Backing Up - Part 1
Disaster Recovery for Exchange - Restoring - Part 2
Replicating Public Folders across Orgs
Retiring Exchange 5.5 sites with Exchange 2003 SP1 Tools
Reducing Exchange Downtime with ExMerge
Tuning IMF with IMF Tune
Configuring Reverse DNS for Exchange
Configuring Exchange to host multiple e-mail domains
Essential Guide to Continuous Data Protection for Exchange
Email Archiving for Compliance
Reducing Exchange Downtime with ExMerge
Using Exchange Server components to fight SPAM
Expand/Collapse Group : Exchange 2007 ‎(7)
Testing Exchange 2007 - Part 1
Testing Exchange 2007 - Part 2
What's New and Cool in Exchange 2007?
Creating a two node CCR cluster with Exchange 2007
Creating a Spam Quarantine with Exchange 2007
Limiting external users from sending mail to Exchange objects
The Five (Major) Steps to Recover an Exchange 2007 Server
Expand/Collapse Group : Exchange General ‎(4)
Updating the GAL
Building a List of Spam Hosts
Scripts modified in 2008
Google search "Exchange" posting in 2008
Expand/Collapse Group : MIIS\ILM ‎(3)
Creating a Rules Extension - IIFP Part 3
Configuring IIFP to Sync User Attributes - IIFP Part 2
Setting up the Identity Integration Feature Pack - IIFP Part 1
Expand/Collapse Group : SharePoint ‎(3)
Integrating SharePoint and Outlook 2007
Setting up Windows SharePoint Services - WSS Part 1
Adding Content to a SharePoint Site - WSS Part 2