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Master Geek

Topic # 95896 16-Jan-2012 13:18 Send private message


does anyone know someone in hamilton able to help out a local business there with an atcom PBX system ?


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  Reply # 569516 16-Jan-2012 16:07 Send private message

Are you refering to this?
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Master Geek

  Reply # 569568 16-Jan-2012 18:21 Send private message

Thanks for your reply.

Yes I am talking about Andrew but am based in Invercargill and can only support him remotely.

I see he has had some replys on his thread so will leave it at that.


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