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IMCEAEX NDRs after migrating PSTs to Office 365

In recent project, we helped a company diverge from their parent organization to a new domain. As a result of the separation, the parent company decided to only provide PST files that we would use to populate the Office 365 mailboxes. 415 more words

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It's Official

I am now a Peace Corps Volunteer. It’s a title that’s really interesting to use and that we’ve all been working toward for the last 11 weeks. 544 more words

Peace Corps

Risking Something New

I’ve never knowingly and willingly made so many mistakes in my entire life.  After our orientation with our entire Nica 644 group at a nice hotel in Managua, we left the safety of English and the comfort of American-ish living.  762 more words

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Wrapping Up PST

The last few weeks of PST went by very quickly. Language classes became more difficult as the LCFs started blowing through entire sections of the book in a single lesson, whereas before we would spend at least a couple days on each section. 781 more words

¡Bievenidos a Nicaragua!

It is with great excitement, anticipation, and confidence in the Nicaragua Peace Corps team that I write to you this inaugural blog post from Managua, Nicaragua.   422 more words

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It's Christmas!

It’s hard to explain how much mail and packages from home mean to a Peace Corps Trainee. The instant boost provided by a box of goodies from home or just a seeing a few written words from a friend is immense, to say the least. 508 more words

Penultimate Full Week of PST

This week has been, in short, pretty great.

Aside from feeling cautiously optimistic, digestive system-wise, our training sessions this week were focused on a topic that I find extremely interesting, I received a clutch package from home, and I decided that I might actually like (a certain type of) nsima. 1,021 more words