If you were talking to someone whose organization is considering Microsoft Exchange, what would you say?
How would you rate it and why? Any other tips or advice?
I'm just a partner so not like I'm an administrator of IT. It's my understanding that the solution we work with is a company installation and is not on the cloud, however, I'm not 100% sure. I'm not sure which version of the solution we're on. I don't know the version number off-hand. I'd rate the solution at a nine out of ten overall. we've been very pleased with its capabilities. I would recommend the solution to other users and companies.
I will recommend others to go with the complete suite instead of going for just Exchange. If they go with Office 365, which is a bundled service, they will get more flexibility and collaborative workspace. It will enable their users to work without moving around the apps. I would rate Microsoft Exchange an eight out of 10. Obviously, not everything is 100% satisfactory, but there are a lot of improvements happening.
Overall when taking into account implementation, user experience, the flexibility of the solution it has always been very good. There are more benefits than drawbacks. I rate Microsoft Exchange a seven out of ten.
Microsoft Exchange is for any company with 400 to 500 people, but a mid-size company can also use this product. It's not very costly for them. The alternative many companies are using is Gmail desktop services with about 100 users. I don't know about the quantity, but many companies are using Gmail as a free service because they don't want to invest in other products like Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Office 365. On a scale from one to ten, I would give Microsoft Exchange a nine.
On a scale from one to ten, I would rate Microsoft Exchange at ten. It is easy to install. A team of three people were able to handle the installation and maintenance.
I would advise potential users to go with Exchange. Exchange Online is also very similar to Office 365. On a scale from one to ten, I would give Microsoft Exchange a nine.
In general, this is a good product and I am happy with it. I would rate this solution a seven out of ten.
I was satisfied with the usage of Microsoft Exchange, I would recommend the solution. I rate Microsoft Exchange an eight out of ten.
Its technical implementation is quite good. It is stable and can be accessed through all kinds of devices. You can access it through a client for your mobile phones or computer. It performs pretty well. Microsoft is a market leader with a presence everywhere, which makes it easy to find support. I would recommend this solution. I would advise others to also go for the entire suite of Office 365 along with Microsoft Exchange. I don't know if Exchange licenses are sold separately. If you are already using Microsoft tools, it makes sense to go for Microsoft Exchange because it has native integration with all those tools. I would rate Microsoft Exchange a nine out of ten.
My personal preference would be a Google solution. It is not a big difference. My advice to anyone considering Microsoft Exchange would be, stay with your product because switching to another product can be costly and a complicated task. On a scale from 1 to 10, I would rate Microsoft Exchange a 6. It may be that some nice features are missing.
This is a product that I can recommend to others. I would rate Microsoft Exchange a nine out of ten.
I would rate Microsoft Exchange a seven out of ten.
This is a good product but our version is reaching end-of-life. I would recommend using the most recent version of Exchange. I would rate this solution a nine out of ten.
It is a good product. Only the price and integration can be improved. I would rate Microsoft Exchange a nine out of ten.
It depends on what the user's needs are. A lot of people can now use Gmail or they can use Exchange on Office 365 with a license, there are a lot more options available nowadays. If you're thinking about installing Exchange on-premise, on behalf of a client, a lot of people have now moved to the cloud, to Azure or something similar. If a client asked me to purchase a 365 license, including the Exchange server, I might decline. If they want to hold meetings or something similar, I'd suggest that they use a professional service like Gmail for businesses. It's a much cheaper option because a lot of people that work with Microsoft office end up buying one or two 365 licenses which include Exchange, so they use it. Because I have a lot of experience using Exchange, I would rate it between eight and nine out of ten. It's not a perfect ten, but for our purposes, it was perfect.
I'm unsure as to which version of the solution I'm working with at this time. I've been using Exchange forever as an end-user, however, I don't know much about the technical aspects of it. I just use it a lot. For me, it's always worked quite well, and because of that, I haven't' given anything about it much thought. When it works, it's a beautiful thing. When it doesn't, you want to tear your hair out. Sometimes that's the price that we pay for the automation that we get. I'd rate the solution overall eight out of ten.
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