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Rex Consulting, Inc. is an IT Consulting and Managed Services Provider specializing in LDAP, SMTP, Identity Management, and Monitoring and Automation.

For small and medium business, we provide email security, archiving and policy compliance consulting and Software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions. For large business, we provide email architecture and identity management services. Be sure and check out our SMB solutions and enterprise solutions pages.

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