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Exchange Server: To host or not to host
Some applications are a natural fit for the cloud; some are better kept within your administrators’ control. What about Exchange Server? Volume 9 of the Exchange Insider E-zine outlines the pros, cons and costs of running Exchange Server in-house and in the cloud. Is your company holding tight to Exchange Server in-house and upgrading to Exchange 2010? We’ve also got you covered. Once you’ve done all the migration prep work for Exchange 2010, you know what to expect. In this issue, we cut through the prerequisites and give you the straight dope on upgrading from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010 in 12 steps. And if you’re looking for trouble-free ways to manage Microsoft Outlook, check out Three Outlook Tools You Can’t Live Without and keep your administrator toolbox fully stocked.
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The idea of moving Exchange to the cloud stirs fear in IT pros, but hosted options make sense for some firms. Here’s how to decide if it is right for your company.
You’ve done your homework on moving from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010. Now it’s time to get to work. Here are the 12 main steps you need to take to get the job done.
Microsoft Outlook lacks the ability to track users' email habits. This free application collects usage statistics and displays data in a table for any version of Outlook.