Microsoft Exchange

Microsoft Exchange can refer to:

  • Microsoft Exchange Server, an email server software product from Microsoft
  • Microsoft Exchange Client, the former companion client software for Exchange Server that was embedded into some versions of Microsoft Windows
  • Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services, an email filtering system

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Microsoft Exchange Client
... Microsoft Exchange Client was a multi-purpose messaging product useful for managing e-mail ... It was the native and bundled client for Microsoft Exchange Server up to version 5.0, later superseded by Microsoft Outlook ... The original Windows 95 "Inbox" client also used MAPI and was called "Microsoft Exchange" ...
Mobile Email - Mobile Users - Other Mobile Solutions
... Alt-N Technologies, CommuniGate Pro, Kerio Connect, Meeting Maker, Microsoft Exchange 2000/03/07, Mirapoint, Novell GroupWise, Oracle, Scalix, Sun Java Communications Suite, and ... (formerly known as GoodLink) supports Microsoft Exchange 2000, 2003 and 2007 as well as Lotus Notes ... Visto supports Exchange 5.5/2000/2003, Domino all versions and works with any ISP email ...
Electronic Message Journaling - Microsoft Exchange
... Microsoft released a journaling feature in service packs for Exchange 2000 and 2003, during 2004 ... Microsoft's journaling feature uses real-time journaling to a journaling mailbox ...
Azaleos - Services & Technology
... Azaleos provides remote Managed Services for Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Lync and BlackBerry Enterprise Server ... and managed services company focused on Microsoft Exchange and Active Directory based in Charlotte, NC ... Systems Integrator (NSI), Azaleos is one of Microsoft's Top 34 Partners in the United States, a Microsoft Gold Partner in Messaging, Communications and Portals Collaboration competencies, and a ...

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