That’s correct. Greg has
VTS knowledge, and has agreed to be a account manager for about 5 Florida
accounts until we get GEMS certified in Florida. When that is done, Florida will be divided, and Cathi
Smothers and Don Biszmaier will be account managers.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Nel
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 6:37
Subject: Re: red ovals, memory
I was assigned to Volusia when the initial assignments went out -
then I was given the certification effort, which takes me out of the support
loop. According to the March 7th support assignments issued by Don
Vopalensky, Greg Forsythe is now the account manager for Volusia.
Original Message -----
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001
red ovals, memory cards
little further help please - they told me today that the system specifications
were defined by our staff in McKinney to enable them to use this same box when
they convert from VTS to GEMS? Do
you have the specifics on this. If
not, is Mike the only one in the know?
There was not, is not, a project manager
assigned to this account to my knowledge.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Ian
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2001 9:23
Subject: RE: red ovals, memory
The WO# 2001376 (March 10, 2000) shows the following details:
COMPAQ Proliant Server.
Digiboard Acceleport PCI 16/em installed.
COMPAQ 12/24 DAT DDS3 Tape Backup installed.
SCO UNIX Openserver R5.05 installed.
VTS 1.92-14 installed.
They also purchased two (2) extra DigiPORTs boxes (16 ports each),
18 US Robotics modems, and accessories.
As I recall, Volusia purchased the equipment from a source local to
them, shipped the computer equipment to McKinney, and had Global perform the
installation service only.
Due to difficulties with COMPAQ drivers, it took Mike Brown a
very long time to get the server up and running.
If you need anything further on the configuration of the server,
Volusia's purchasing department should have their packing lists and invoices
detailing the equipment.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of John McLaurin
Sent: April 02, 2001 5:49 PM
Subject: red ovals, memory cards
What PMS color is used for
34, 64 and 128K cards can
all be used with GEMS software relative to the ACCU VOTE OS
Who is McKinney can tell me
what the specifications for a Host Computer unit are that was shipped to
Volusia county FL last year?