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New maybe a rephrase, any exchange admins out there?
How many instances or seats would an exchange service require to where a company would consider a full time exchange admin? How administratively heavy is it?
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New That's hard to answer.
Because when it works, it works. But when things go funny, it can take a lot of time to fix.

I work for a company of about 150. We have two people who manage the Exchange server(s). But they don't work on it full time. In fact, much of the work can be done by one person - it's just that one of them does the Windows servers generally and the other does desktop support. So it's natural for the Exchange administration to fall to both of them.


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     question about exchange administrators - (boxley) - (8)
         Not really the right comparison. - (Silverlock) - (3)
             so a rough rule of thumb would be - (boxley) - (2)
                 Nope - (Silverlock) - (1)
                     will wait for others to chime in - (boxley)
         Define drop-in - (crazy) - (1)
             will be testing over the next 6 months -NT - (boxley)
         maybe a rephrase, any exchange admins out there? - (boxley) - (1)
             That's hard to answer. - (static)

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