Looking for a part-time contractor..

Aaron C. de Bruyn aaron at heyaaron.com
Mon Aug 12 18:21:28 UTC 2013


Count me in at $149.95/hr.  ;)  </humor>

-A


On Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 11:12 AM, Chris Paul
<chris.paul at rexconsulting.net>wrote:

> Hi Anne,
>
> I've been troubleshooting email since supporting Worldtalk's X.400 gateway
> in the 1990s. Since then, I've been a professional SMTP and LDAP
> consultant. My current clients are AT&T, The Gap, and SKHMS. I have just
> barely 5-10 hours a week but since I've been looking for a house to buy
> here in California since March, the prices have increased by 10% and
> upwards, so I'm kind of motivated to work extra right now.
>
> The thing though is you might find someone cheaper than me. I'll quote you
> $150/hour for this work right now.
>
> Many thanks!
>
> CP
>
> --
> Chris Paul
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> ----- Original Message -----
> > All,
> >
> > I hope this is an ok place to post this - the people on this list have a
> > unique skill-set and world view that is exactly in synch with that for
> which
> > we are looking. :-)
> >
> > We're looking for someone for some very limited (in terms of hours)
> part-time
> > contract work..but ongoing, regular work… the person needs to have a keen
> > sense of "why did this email fail delivery" and/or "why is this email
> going
> > to the junk folder" and "why did this email end up blacklisted" (this is
> for
> > email sent by white hat senders, or at very least senders who are trying
> to
> > be white hat - *not* for black hat stuff).
> >
> > So, basically, someone who, when shown an email (full headers, etc.)
> their
> > first thought would be to check whether authentication was set up
> properly,
> > is rDNS set up properly, what does the content look like, what are the
> IPs
> > of the various hops and are any of them blacklisted, etc. etc..
> >
> > If anyone here has that background/skill set and might be interested in,
> say,
> > 5 to 10 hours a week extra work (remote, time of day not important so
> long
> > as they are available most days, so ideal for picking up some extra cash
> > after $DAYJOB), please let me know offlist.  Please also feel free to
> send
> > this to anyone you think might be a good fit, so long as you'd be
> willing to
> > vouch for them.
> >
> > Thanks!
> >
> > Anne
> >
> > Anne P. Mitchell, Attorney at Law
> > Author: Section 6 of the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003
> > CEO/President: Institute for Social Internet Public Policy
> > Providers: SuretyMail Email Accreditation
> > Member: California Bar Cyberspace Law Committee
> >
> >
> >
>
>


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