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      07-19-2005
Hi all,
I am currently MCSA Messaging on Win 2000. I want to upgrade to MCSA 2003 by
taking the required exam (70-292). What I wanna know is that after clearing
the upgrade exam will I be known as MCSA (messaging) 2003 or plain MCSA 2003
?!
 
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Mervyn King
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      07-19-2005
If you pass exam (70-292) you'll be known as a plain MCSA on 2003, to upgrade
to MCSA (messaging) on 2003, you'll need to pass Exam 70-284 ( Implementing
and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 )

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"B" wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am currently MCSA Messaging on Win 2000. I want to upgrade to MCSA 2003 by
> taking the required exam (70-292). What I wanna know is that after clearing
> the upgrade exam will I be known as MCSA (messaging) 2003 or plain MCSA 2003
> ?!

 
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B
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      07-21-2005
Tnanx Mervyn,

But does this mean that I will have to pass both 70-292 AND 70-284 to be
MCSA (Messaging) 2003. Coz the microsoft site says that the official upgrade
path frommcsa 2000 to 2003 is exam 70-292. does this that means i HAVE TO
take 70-292 exam and 70-284 if I want to specialize in Exchange 2003 ?

"Mervyn King" wrote:

> If you pass exam (70-292) you'll be known as a plain MCSA on 2003, to upgrade
> to MCSA (messaging) on 2003, you'll need to pass Exam 70-284 ( Implementing
> and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 )
>
> --
> Mervyn King (MCSA, MCSE, MCDBA)
>
>
> "B" wrote:
>
> > Hi all,
> > I am currently MCSA Messaging on Win 2000. I want to upgrade to MCSA 2003 by
> > taking the required exam (70-292). What I wanna know is that after clearing
> > the upgrade exam will I be known as MCSA (messaging) 2003 or plain MCSA 2003
> > ?!

 
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catwalker63
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      07-21-2005
"=?Utf-8?B?Qg==?=" <(E-Mail Removed)> prattled ceaslessly in
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> Tnanx Mervyn,
>
> But does this mean that I will have to pass both 70-292 AND 70-284 to
> be MCSA (Messaging) 2003. Coz the microsoft site says that the
> official upgrade path frommcsa 2000 to 2003 is exam 70-292. does this
> that means i HAVE TO take 70-292 exam and 70-284 if I want to
> specialize in Exchange 2003 ?
>


Yup!

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