Beginning of April, I received the following email from Microsoft, informing me that ‘ve been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Office 365:

Sehr geehrte(r) Rene Modery,

herzlichen Glückwunsch! Wir freuen uns, Ihnen den Microsoft® MVP Award 2012 verleihen zu können! Diese Auszeichnung wird an herausragende, führende Mitglieder der technischen Communities verliehen, die ihre wertvollen praktischen Erfahrungen mit anderen Menschen teilen. Wir schätzen Ihren außerordentlich bedeutenden Beitrag in den technischen Communities zum Thema Office365 im vergangenen Jahr hoch ein.

What is the MVP Award all about? Microsoft describes it as:

We seek to recognize the best and brightest from technology communities around the world with the Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award.

These exceptional community leaders come from a wide range of backgrounds. They are teachers, artists, doctors, engineers, as well as technologists, who actively share their high-quality, real-world technical expertise with the community and with Microsoft.

With the MVP Award, we thank these inspiring individuals for representing the voice of thousands in the community through the powerful and independent feedback they give us, and for helping our customers maximize the potential of their software.”

This is a great honor for me, showing me that my contributions to the Office 365 community were both useful as well as recognised. In addition, it means that I will work harder to contribute even more to the community, and also provide more (hopefully generally useful) solutions in the future. And lastly, I am also working on learning more about Office 365 in areas that I do not know enough about yet (mostly Exchange).

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