• Special charity discount.
  • Save 60% off the commercial retail price.
  • License, Full Version.
  • MS Exchange server is an e-mail-based collaborative communications server designed to interoperate with Microsoft Outlook.
  • Features include:
  • Enhanced Security. The ability to filter mail for viruses & spam before it is delivered to the desktops.
  • Public Folders. Public folders are a shared resource, available offline & online, for instantaneous storage of digital content and communications. Any user with access privileges can retrieve & contribute information from a public folder while working in Outlook. Rather than e-mailing file attachments back and forth, they can be stored in a common location for sharing and discussion.
  • Shared Calendars. Exchange Server includes rich features for personal, group, and resource scheduling that integrates with e-mail, contacts, and tasks. Users can share their calendar information with others and view multiple calendars simultaneously to send meeting requests for shared open times. Recipients can decline or propose a different time, or accept and have the meeting automatically entered in their calendars. Schedules for shared resources like conference rooms and projectors may also be incorporated.
  • Shared Contacts. Contacts in the company directory (Global Address List or GAL) are centrally maintained for sharing throughout the organization & can be downloaded to Outlook and synchronized for access from Outlook Web Access (OWA) & Outlook Mobile Access (OMA). Distribution lists also can be centrally shared & maintained to facilitate communication to groups such as departments or customer lists.
  • Shared Task Management. A task list provides the ability to create & assign tasks and can be integrated with e-mail notification & scheduling for basic project management & personal time management. Users can track progress as a task moves from active to complete to overdue, while managing status through various criteria like the person responsible & the category.
  • Microsoft Open license Program requires an initial purchase of at least 5 licenses.
  • Note that Microsoft licenses have downgrade rights to previous versions.

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