RE: outsourcing Email services: advantage -vs- disadvantages?

  • From: Jared Johnson <jaredsjazz@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "\[ExchangeList\]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2003 13:00:30 -0800 (PST)

Thanks for all of your greatly detailed emails
concerning this. 

Given that you all pretty much agreed that staying
in-house was absolutely the way to go, I'm going to
stick with it. 

If anyone out there is interested: 

Hiring: full time
Position: Messaging Specialist
Requirements: Bachelors degree minimum, and
a must: MCSE (and must show you passed the Exchange
2000 exam as part of your MCSE.)
3 years minimum as an Exchange 5.5 and/or Exchange
2000 (3) specialist
Compensation isn't great, but you can make a living:
$53-60 DOE
Location: DC and Herndon
Out Network: 3 domains, 2 child domains, 3 exchange
2000 servers, 3 Red Hat SMTP and Firewall servers, 5
sites national and international

Send an email with "Messaging Specialist" as the

All resumes should be in Word, StarOffice, or WP
format - any versions.

Note: ALL candidates will be given a hands-on test on
Exchange 2000

Thank you

Jared Johnson MCSE, CCNA, RHCE
IT Manager
Federal Government Services

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