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Mike Pfeiffer – Microsoft MVP!

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Added by July 11, 2011

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Congratulations to our very own Mike Pfeiffer for earning the elite MVP Most Valuable Professional designation from Microsoft Corp.

Mike leads Interface Technical Training’s course Exchange Server 2010 EXCH2010 and Windows PowerShell POSH300.

As an AZPOSH, Arizona PowerShell User Group, co-founder and an author of Microsoft Exchange 2010 PowerShell Cookbook,” his expertise is recognized internationally. Well done, Mike!

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