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January 21, 2008

Business email boost at UK Online


by David Allen
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Business email boost at UK Online<br />

For businesses who have chosen the Premier Broadband package from the menu at UK Online will now be able to be rest assured that their emails, contacts and other saved data will be held on the server side rather than the computer hard drive which they are using. If this fails then it is likely that all data will be lost.

From March 2008, users will be able to use Microsoft Exchange 2007, which has been used very successfully by larger businesses, can now be used by companies of all sizes and with the cost of the package being only £25 per month, this is an excellent deal.

The service works in a similar way as outlook, but without the risk. The user can access emails and contacts through the interface which really easy to get used to, any worries regarding data loss etc are removed because the data is automatically backed up to a outlook exchange 2007 server, unlike outlook express.

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  1. Commercial emails should be sent only to those who have requested your information. You’ll never go wrong with this approach. It is literally your best bet for instilling creditability and relationship building.

    Comment by kimmy — October 17, 2008 @ 3:47 am

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