Need Recommendations for a Hosted Exchange Provider for one.
September 13, 2008 10:24 AM   Subscribe

Any recommendations for a reliable Exchange 2007 service provider for one person? I just need a single account to use with Outlook and an iPhone. is my current provider. Apart from being slow, they have had several service outages on "my" server recently. I don't mind paying more for fast and reliable service. Prior posts (tangentially related to this question) have suggested Apptix, but I sent a request for service three days ago that has not been responded to yet. Not a good sign.
posted by ajr to Computers & Internet (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Response by poster: Yes, I want the full compliment of Exchange services.
posted by ajr at 10:57 AM on September 13, 2008

Haven't tried it myself, but my understanding is that offers Exchange -- as an option if not by default?
posted by rdn at 3:14 PM on September 13, 2008


I can't speak from personal experience (couldn't get the boss to $pring for it) but I did all my homework and they're one of they're best at what they do. Very reasonable pricing. Let me know if you want contact info for the rep that I worked with.
posted by mysterious1der at 5:25 PM on September 13, 2008

Best answer: I use for exactly this - single mailbox exchange 2007 hosting. 10 bucks a month on my plan, and good reliability/proactive notifications of maintenance. The mail flows. Content indexing works. Both Outlook and OWA work flawlessly. What else is there to say?
posted by blindcarboncopy at 11:11 PM on September 13, 2008

I use a US based company called Exchangemymail which provides Exchange 2007 at a reasonable price. I use their blackberry service too but you dont have to. I am very satisfied with their service and enthusiastic support. You also get a discount (set up fee waived for individual users) if you mention that you were referred to them by Blackberry forums. I hope this helps.
posted by london302 at 3:18 AM on September 14, 2008

Not really what you want, but possibly useful to someone browsing this thread:
Will sync gmail and gcal to mail and ical on the iphone, in both directions, transparently. It works over the air, and dos not require any manual syncing. It does not require iTunes, either. Don't know much about them, but it's working for me.
posted by Area Control at 6:21 AM on September 14, 2008

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