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Microsoft Exchange Query 11 years 1 month ago #21515

I dont know where is the proper forum for my thread... Sorry if ever my question dont belong here.

Anyways, my question is... Why use Microsoft Exchange? What are the benefits/advangates that I can get if ever I am going to use it?

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Re: Microsoft Exchange Query 11 years 1 month ago #21529

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By Microsoft Exchange, I assume you mean Microsoft Exchange Server. Microsoft Exchange Server is Microsoft's Groupware/Email solution for organisations that want to host their email in-house.
Typically a setup includes an Exchange server with a number of clients connecting using Microsoft Outlook.
Users' emails, calendar appointments and infact any items created in Outlook can be stored centrally on the Exchange Server. In addition, the Exchange Server can be setup to send and receive emails on behalf of the organisation's domain.

By using an Exchange Server, your emails (and other data) can be backed up centrally and more importantly virus checked.

Now wherever, you see Exchange Server in the above explanation, you can substitute a number of commercial and open-source solutions including Novell's Groupwise , eGroupWare , Zimbra and Merak Email .

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Re: Microsoft Exchange Query 11 years 1 month ago #21535

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Also you have the Outlook Web Access facilities to allow users to access e-mail, contacts, diary, etc... through a webpage. And, the ActiveSync facilities to synchronise with handhelds, over the web aswell i beleive.

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