Should we use Microsoft Exchange

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My organization currently handles its email through an outside provider using a POP/SMPT. We use Outlook for our mail, calendar, etc. We use workgroup share to share our contacts and calendars. We are getting ready to replace our server. What are the advantages of switching to Microsoft Exchange and what version would you recommend? We are a small nonprofit.

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Have you thought of using Gmail or trying out Exchange online?

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  • Ritala
    gmail would not be a good option for us, as we want to keep our current .com and .org email addresses. I will look into an online trial. Thanks
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  • Denny Cherry
    The Corporate version of gmail can I believe allow you to keep your existing email addresses. For Exchange to work (when you host it) you have to setup a Windows Domain. In addition to that work, you have to buy Exchange, plus all the Exchange CALs. Honestly for a small non-profit buying Exchange may be cost prohibitive. A hosted solution would probably be much easier to budget for.
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