John, you have your sources and I have mine. Experts-Exchange.com is not at the top of my list. My definition of a reliable source: a specific resource that contains concise information focused on that product or technology or the actual vendor/author/creator. For example, if I am looking for information on how to get removed from an email blacklist, I would hope that I could search for the website responsible for the blacklist and at least find a few hits pointing directly to that site. Not one thread on Experts-Exchange and a bunch of links in German in the search results. As another example, if I am looking for information on ISA, I go to
www.isaserver.org, www.isatools.org, http://blogs.technet.com/isablog/,
www.microsoft.com, and www.microsoft.com/isaserver/default.mspx, and search their respective sites. I do not spend too much time on Experts-Exchange because it is not a focused/specific resource.
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What do you mean by reliable source? Do you mean a source for information that you will just take as absolute perfect truth without any thought or testing? Sorry, I do not know of such a source.
There are however plenty of resources out there that I use frequently in the pursuit of knowledge on how to accomplish what I am trying to do.
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