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Old 03-04-2010, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I did a few searches on here and mostly what I found was pretty old. So I'm looking any updated recommendations on Exchange/BES hosting services?

If you use someone or have used, please let me know who and maybe any pros/cons you may or might have had with them?

I need a place that can host an exchange mailbox and provide BES service to be more exact.

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Old 03-04-2010, 10:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Do you use them? Any pros/cons?

I have also come across link2exchange and GoDaddy.

GoDaddy is only $9.99/mo for the Individual Plus package.

Any other comments etc appreciated.

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It looks like Link2Exchange has a $9.99 plan as well. I don't have any experience with hosted BES companies, but I have heard that GoDaddy has had reliability problems lately. You need to compare not just prices, but the features you get for the price and how well each solution fits your needs.
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Sorry to jump in,

Never used BES.

When you use a hosted exchange like link2exchange, does that allow you to access your outlook calendar from any computer like I do with google or funambol.


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I have been using Sherweb for my hosted exchange for 3 years.
I also have been using them for hosted BES for past 5 months.

Pretty happy with them and their pricing.
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Another really good one is MailStreet. I am not using their hosted BES anymore but up until last month when I got a Nexus One they were perfect. I still use their hosted exchange without BES.
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hey,

does anyone know a good hosted BES exchange with BES 5.0?
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