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A.P. Lawrence provides support, installation and trouble-shooting
for SCO Unix and Linux systems. See
Services for details.
I also sell and support Kerio Connect Mailserver and other Kerio products( Kerio Control firewall, Kerio Workspace, Kerio Operator).
Telephone: (774) 213-1199 (Google Voice, will find me anywhere)
Cell: (781) 249-8010
Fax: (781) 658-2012
If you can't read that, take away the "an" from "anthony",
remove the "h" and send email to that name at aplawrence.com. Sorry
not to be plain, but too many 'bots read these sites looking for email addresses to spam.
An alternate address is "pcunix" and that is at Gmail. Feel free to use either.
IF YOU DON'T GET A RESPONSE - Either your email went into spam on my server or my email got rejected by yours. CALL ME IF THAT HAPPENS.
If you get voice mail, keep in mind that sometimes (rarely, but it does happen) these systems
fail, and I may not get your message. If you don't hear from me in a reasonable time,
try again. If it's really urgent, leave
more messages, or send a fax, send email, send smoke signals : I'd rather hear the same thing three times then never at all.
After hours and weekends are not guaranteed any response without prior arrangements. Messages
are checked on weekends, but not frequently. If you know that you may need phone assistance at
a particular time, let me know ahead of time and we can make more efficient arrangements.
Note that the post office is quite anal about the address being EXACTLY in that format.
Email is the preferred method of communication, unless it is urgent. I DON'T
want faxes unless there is no other way to do it.
Yes, consultants are expensive. I'm more expensive than some, less expensive than others. Keep in mind that decades of experience often lets me solve
problems much more quickly than people with less time under their belt. Often
I can fix a problem in minutes that other people may have been trying to fix for days.
I've been involved with small computers since 1977, and with Unix since 1981. I've learned a few things along the way.
These bits of paper are important to some folk.
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