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C++ Team being built in Santa Clara - contact Brent at breroger@cisco.com if interested

August 10, 2009

Elite C++Team Needed (6 job openings)

 

Location

Santa Clara, California

 

Description

Join the PostPath team to helpestablish a new Email SaaS (Software as a Service) business at Cisco. PostPath,recently acquired by Cisco/Webex and now part of Collaboration Software Group(CSG), has delivered the only non-Microsoft email server that featuresdrop-in/native compatibility with Outlook, Exchange and with the rest of theemail ecosystem - including Blackberry, Active Directory, and ActiveSyncdevices etc.

 

The new mission of the team is totransform the existing on-premise email server business into a new “Emailserver on the Cloud” SaaS business for Cisco. 

 

We are looking for talented C++Engineers to help us accomplish this task.

Please take a look at the jobslisted below and contact me if you are interested or if you know someone thatmight be interested.

 

 

JOB 1 – KeySkills needed: MicrosoftActive Directory, SaaS, email on a cloud

Full Job Description: http://www.box.net/shared/7r3joijllj

 

JOB 2 - Key Skills needed: SMTP, POP3, IMAP, MIME, MAPI orExchange directory, Email protocols and standards

Full Job Description: http://www.box.net/shared/ghegki52z8

 

JOB 3 - Key Skills needed: Java, MAPI, RPC-HTTP, backenddevelopment,, email migration, Cloud Synchronization Tools

Full Job Description: http://www.box.net/shared/2v0xv90acm

 

JOB 4 - Key Skills needed: MAPI, domain expertise, Linux filesystem, Linux OS

Full Job Description: http://www.box.net/shared/9kvgzbh2dx

 

JOB 5 - Key Skills needed: MAPI, email experience, Linux and/orUNIX

Full Job Description: http://www.box.net/shared/8e96687f7y

 

JOB 6Key Skills needed: email migration tools

Full Job Description: http://www.box.net/shared/g3ob9sz2oz

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