What if you arrived at work one day, and turned on your computer only to find your email host totally blank. All of your inbound, outbound, even drafts and contacts were simply gone. Would you be able to contact anyone? Remember dates things transpired on? Would you have any record of an endless number of contracts, agreements, important conversations? Much like memorizing phone numbers, for most of us knowing everyone’s email addresses off the top of their heads has become a thing of the past.
Stability, security and ability to restore are crucial in today’s business world.
Email services allow customization your email addresses to match your website domain name. Yes, there are free email services out there. But how reliable and how private are they? In this day and age of security breaches and hacking, it is smarter and safer to use a business level account for classified business transactions and correspondences.
InMotion PC’s Hosted Exchange is the easy, effective and affordable option for businesses that need reliable email service, but don’t want to pay for expensive equipment.
Microsoft Exchange Server is a calendaring and mail server developed by Microsoft that runs exclusively on the Microsoft Windows Server product line.
Exchange Server was initially Microsoft’s internal mail server. The first version of Exchange Server to be published outside Microsoft was Exchange Server 4.0. Exchange initially used the X.400 directory service but switched to Active Directory later. Versions 4.0 and 5.0 came bundled with an email client called Microsoft Exchange Client. It was discontinued in favor of Microsoft Outlook.
Exchange Server uses a proprietary protocol called MAPI. Over time, however, it added support for POP3, IMAP, SMTP and EAS.
Exchange Server is licensed both in the forms of on-premises software and software as a service.