If you follow @MSDNService on Twitter you may have seen that MSDN & TechNet blogs will be archived into read-only blogs soon.
That day for my blog, EOP Field Notes, is fast approaching and I wanted to do one final post. I created this blog back in 2014 when I was helping customers on-board to Exchange Online Protection. I have since moved to a Support Engineer role for Exchange Online and continue to enjoy writing and sharing content. For a number of reasons, I have not had as much time over the last couple of years to publish as many articles as I would like. Although my time for this blog had decreased, I loved being able to share what I found to be interesting about Exchange Online and Exchange Online Protection.
I thought about setting up a new blog on my own, outside of Microsoft, but as of now I do not plan on doing that. I have loved having this blog and interacting with all of you through comments and the occasional ping on Twitter. Thank you for being here and I hope you have taken away some knowledge from my articles. I do not know where this blog will be moved to once it’s archived, but I’m sure it won’t be too hard to find.
While I don’t post much on Twitter, I do use it every day and can be found at @AndrewStobart. Feel free to ping me there if you have a question about EOP, or want to talk video games or photography.