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October 12, 2007



Hi David,

You're right about that. I think a better way to say that would have been to say "don't trust a vendor" unless they have earned your trust. That would include us - we are of course going to make our claims, and speaking for ourselves only, our MO is to speak and write the truth. Unfortunately, we don't always see that with others. So the best thing to do, if you can't do all the verification for yourself (which is certainly understandable), is perhaps use the vendors for guidance, but look to unbiased third-parties for some verification. We think looking at Microsoft, user groups, Microsoft MVPs and the like is a good way to go.


David Mackey

Trusting only ourselves takes an awful lot of time. Can't be an expert on everything.

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