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Topic # 30936 26-Feb-2009 11:00
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Whoops, should have posted here as Post #1, not #3 :)

My name is Mike, and I'm an IT Consultant in Dunedin. Have read geekzone on and off for several years, mainly after searching for local knowledge on products and services, finally got around to registering today to post.

I have a massive variation in interests, from Farming, Mountain biking, Amateur Radio and right through to Computing and anything electronic.

My IT skills include extensive GNU/Linux experience, and generous helpings of both Microsoft and Mac OS stuff. I've been working heavily with Exchange 2007 over the last 18-24 months.


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Red Jungle

Reply # 198184 26-Feb-2009 11:07
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Hi Mike,

Welcome to Geekzone!

Red Jungle: we make fantastic software

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  Reply # 198189 26-Feb-2009 11:25
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Hi Mike, from another Mike.

Welcome to GZ! 


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  Reply # 199257 4-Mar-2009 18:00
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Welcome to Geekzone Mike!

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