I am now the new owner of the web’s pre-eminent resource for Outlook programming – OutlookCode.com! The esteemed Sue Mosher (author of many Outlook programming books and an Outlook MVP for over a decade) is changing her focus and has entrusted me to continue her efforts on maintaining a vibrant community for amateur and professional Outlook developers alike. She has enormous shoes to fill and I’ll do my best to ensure that OutlookCode.com continues to be the primary forum for those who ask and answer programming questions, and will always stay abreast of the latest development trends, issues and news.
The site will still host the code samples from Sue’s books, and I’ll most likely be carrying the flag as well with the Outlook Programming book franchise when the next version of Outlook is released.
The transition is still in progress, but look for me in the forums helping out as best I can while I get my feet wet with all the minutiae that’s required to manage a site of this scope.
I’d like to conclude with a hearty round of applause for all of Sue’s contributions to the Outlook community over the years! And it’s not like she’s disappearing – she’ll still be around, like Obi Wan, but in more corporeal form…
Stay tuned also for some exciting changes to come in the next few months!
If you’re not already a member and are looking for help with Outlook programming projects — VSTO, add-ins, VBA, custom Outlook forms, etc. – registration is always free and easy.
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