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I need a Unix migration expert immediately to advise on major migration projects.  Looking for some pros that can assist on proposal for these projects.  Please refer anyone suitable to me at thunter@ibcweb.com.
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I am mailing you direct about me but I won't say "No" to your 100 points. ;-).
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