Microsoft Exchange Other Advice

Systems Developer with 1-10 employees
If you don't really mind the cost then go for Microsoft. You can never go wrong with them, their solutions are very good. They're stable. They're all tested, so when you start you know it has already been tested. There are many people using it, it's comfortable, it's stable. You won't have any hiccups. I would recommend it. One thing I've been doing is, before I deploy it to a production environment, I always create a "lab" where I try it out and make sure everything is working properly. View full review »
Fazal Ur Rehman Shah
Senior Consultant/Project Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
VNA redundancy has grown in the data, VNA data variability has grown, even in case VNA found the server goes down, and users can still access their email. So basically everything is good. The feature VNA almost as good as having your own Outlook, although it's better VNA. View full review »
Ahmad Tri Akoso
Technology, Infrastructure, Riset & Development Staff with 1,001-5,000 employees
It is a product that is simple to manage, and easy to use. View full review »
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