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Built to deliver the enterprise-grade security and reliability that businesses require, Microsoft Exchange Online provides hosted email, calendar and contacts on your PC, phone and web browser while improving your productivity, starting at $9.95 Per Month.

  • Built-in anti-virus and anti-spam filters protect your information
  • Mobile sync to hundreds of devices
  • Instant update to ALL your info while on the go on all devices
  • 99.9% up-time commitment starting with 5 GB mailboxes option up to 25GB


The Benefits of Microsoft Exchange

By upgrading to the world’s most popular business messaging software, Microsoft Exchange Server, you can significantly raise your team’s efficiency for a small monthly fee.

Basically, Exchange is a computer server that stores your company’s email, calendars, address books and files centrally, so they are available 24×7 and can be shared among your team, if you wish. It is the messaging system of choice for most Fortune 500 corporations.

Advanced Features

Exchange users typically use Microsoft Outlook as their email ‘client’. Among many advanced features, this lets them:

  • Securely access email remotely – via the Web or a mobile device like a Android Phone or Iphone
  • View colleagues’ up-to-date calendars and schedule meetings
  • Assign and manage company tasks on central ‘to do’ lists
  • Manage contact information of employees and customers and access it anytime
  • Share documents across the team so everyone’s working from the most current version

Exchange is a email on steroids, leap and bound better than the basic POP3 or IMAP4 email system.  Exchange makes your team much more productive through constant access to email, calendars and contacts, as well as important files and information.

Basic POP and IMAP email systems, which are currently used for accessing email, are more suited to home and personal user, rather than business, and were never designed as a collaborative tool.

Now that hosted Exchange is available for no upfront cost, with low monthly fees, smaller and mid-sized companies are increasingly realizing the instant competitive advantage that Exchange can give them.

Outlook/Exchange vs Basic Email

To help you understand the productivity-boosting options that Exchange offers, here is a comparison of Outlook/Exchange 2003 versus basic email options:

Exchange Server POP3 / IMAP4
Group scheduling yes yes
Send out meeting requests, then track and update them yes no
Shared calendars and side-by-side calendar views yes no
Access to personal and shared address books from remote locations yes no
Outlook single sign-on for email and network access yes no
Outlook connections over the Internet are secure yes Some solutions
Server-side spam filtering yes Some solutions
Put multicolored flags next to emails as a reminder to follow up yes Partial
Ability to add voting buttons to a messages yes no
Automatic out-of-office reply yes no
Ability to recall sent messages yes no
Support for multiple-computer access yes Partial
Access to email via Web browsers and mobile browsers, Outlook Mobile in Windows Mobile-based Pocket PCs, Pocket PC Phone Edition and Smartphones yes Non-Microsoft products are typically required
Outlook Cached Exchange Mode for working with intermittent Web connection (eg dial-up) yes Some solutions offer caching
Offline email, calendar, contacts, and public folder support yes Partial
Access to public folders for sharing documents and information yes Individual email folder access in IMAP
Basic email support for SMTP, POP3, and IMAP4 yes yes
Easy management of Outlook and Exchange Server profiles across multiple machines to lower support costs yes no