Bio – David West


I have been an SDET in the MSCRM team since v1.0 and have worked primarily in testing features in the Sales space.  Midway through the v4 (Titan) project I transitioned to take on the testing of E-mail integration functionality.  I’ve been testing software in some capacity or other at Microsoft since 1994 in the Office, Microsoft Press, and CRM groups on a wide range of projects.

Outside of work, I enjoy camping, hiking, boating, and spending time with my wife and 3 teenage kids.  As a licensed pilot, I am always searching for new places to enjoy a $100 dollar hamburger for lunch.

Comments (9)

  1. In previous versions of MSCRM, users have been able to integrate their CRM data with e-mail hosted on

  2. In previous versions of MSCRM, users have been able to integrate their CRM data with e-mail hosted on

  3. When considering the needs of an enterprise-class deployment of MSCRM, there are a number of things to

  4. When considering the needs of an enterprise-class deployment of MSCRM, there are a number of things to

  5. If you read my previous post on deploying and configuring e-mail integration for the enterprise , then

  6. We often use scenarios such as this to test the individual components and entities of CRM in an integrated

  7. We often use scenarios such as this to test the individual components and entities of CRM in an integrated

  8. We often use scenarios such as this to test the individual components and entities of CRM in an integrated

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