Using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync

    By Gail Seymour Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync is the part of Exchange Server that enables users to synchronize contacts, email, calendars and tasks between the server and compatible mobile devices. It enables users to connect to the same mailbox on their mobile and PC and have information on either device update the other. Users can also

    Microsoft Exchange 2010

    By Melissa J Luther Microsoft Exchange 2010, while not a major upgrade, does provide some significant functionality improvements over Exchange 2007. It promises a bigger, faster messaging platform with more control over what happens to your communications, even after you’ve sent them.

    What is Hybrid Exchange Email?

    By Gail Seymour Related Products Hybrid Microsoft® Exchange Choose your perfect mix of hosted Microsoft ® Exchange and basic email accounts under the same domain name. In the business world, access to email is imperative. For those working in an office, standard POP3 email services are generally sufficient. For those on the road, however, or

    Email

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    Microsoft Exchange

    Related Products Hybrid Microsoft® Exchange Choose your perfect mix of hosted Microsoft ® Exchange and basic email accounts under the same domain name. One of the most robust email solutions, Microsoft Exchange offers users all the benefits of POP3/SMTP and IMAP email accounts in addition to advanced features such as wireless access and shared resources.