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Sunday, December 9, 2007

Microsoft Exchange Server Alternative

If you’re a small business owner, with several people working for you, it is not enough that you rely on free web mail for your company’s email. For one thing, free email services are not secure and you wouldn’t want your business information being relayed through unsecured channels, right? That’s why most companies rely on email services like Microsoft Exchange. Microsoft Exchange Server is a software that allows you to send and receive emails online through the use of client applications such as Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express. With Microsoft Exchange Server, your personnel can access their emails through mobile devices such as PDA and smart phones.

Microsoft Exchange Servers needs Microsoft Windows Server 2003 to operate. While Microsoft Exchange is a great benefit to many companies, the operational cost of running one is very high that is why it is limited to large enterprises. However, small and medium business enterprises can still use Microsoft Exchange Server for a fraction of the cost using a hosted exchange. Exchange hosting means a third party hosts your Microsoft Exchange Server, one such company is offers hosted exchange 2007 at a starting price of $9.99 per user per month.

You don’t need a big server or IT personnel to run your own company’s Microsoft Exchange Server, with ExchangeMyMail you will have all the functionality of Microsoft Exchange 2007, a license for a full desktop Outlook 2007, a minimum of 200MB mailbox storage, plus the use of your own domain name to your personnel’s email addresses.

If you want to try their services, they a 30 day money back guarantee so there’s really no risk on your part.

1 comment:

Web2.0PRDude said...

It is a great service! Thanks for the tip.