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Hosted Exchange

Most small and mid-sized businesses are using email as a primary communication channel with customers, colleagues and suppliers. But many of these companies stop there, missing out on productivity-boosting features like shared calendars, contact information and files.

It is a feature rich messaging and collaboration suite which maximizes efficiency by simplifying communication. It also gives your employees valuable features such as shared folders and calendars, contact lists and to-do lists.
This functionality is accessible from any where in the world using an Internet browser on a computer or mobile device.
By upgrading to the world’s most popular business messaging software, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, 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 24x7 and can be shared among your team, if you wish. It is the messaging system of choice for most Fortune 500 corporations.
People running Exchange as their email server typically use Microsoft Outlook 2003 as their email ‘client’. Among many advanced features, this lets them:
•Securely access email remotely – via the Web or a mobile device like a BlackBerry or Treo
•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