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exchangeuser
02-01-2010, 02:42 PM
Has anyone had any experience with Microsoft Online Services?

The prices are great and Microsoft obviously has the expertise and resources to host their own software.

Interested in actual uptime and ability to handle extremely large mailboxes (3gb+). MS claims a 99.9% SLA but SLAs are meaningless: you end up with a $2 refund for an email-less day for a dozen employees.

Look forward to your thoughts.

cafcoll
09-28-2010, 11:53 PM
Has anyone had any experience with Microsoft Online Services?

The prices are great and Microsoft obviously has the expertise and resources to host their own software.

Interested in actual uptime and ability to handle extremely large mailboxes (3gb+). MS claims a 99.9% SLA but SLAs are meaningless: you end up with a $2 refund for an email-less day for a dozen employees.

Look forward to your thoughts.

I do and I don't regret subscribing for their service. Nothing compares to it because service is really great and if there's anything you need their technical support aren't stupid at all. They know how to make things work for you easily.
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Heart
05-25-2011, 02:37 AM
If I were you, I would look at either RackSpace or Google Apps for your needs. That is not a lot of users, so you would find the best results with these two.

links123
06-21-2013, 03:03 AM
I think you should go for Microsoft services, there services are excellent and they have a good technical support staff.

TrijitCorp
06-21-2013, 06:16 AM
Yes. I got my Exchange hosting services from TRIJIT. Excellent hosted exchange services provider, there support the next gen support. Trying will worth with this company. I have my exchange server from last 4 years, till today dint faced single issue. So think refer such kind of service provider will definitely feel good since there are lot of fake providers around us since we will experience they are fake only after six months, so be careful. My experience i have shared and now its up to you to choose who?

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01-09-2019, 07:33 AM
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