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I am considering having exchange hosted remotely rather than using SMTP or POP3 connectors to communicate with my domain host.

The companies I am looking at are charging anywhere from $5 to $17 per user. That includes some level of spam and virus filters and about 1G of space each. I am wondering what other services I should look for and what the disadvantages there might be in doing Exchange remotely on my SBS box.

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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 500 total points
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My suggestion is that you look at http://www.ownwebnow.com/exchange.asp as the "model" Hosted Exchange that would be compatible with SBS.  This is because that company is owned by Vlad Mazek, one of the worlds best SBS Gurus.  Whether or not you use his service is up to you, but at lease I'd consider it the benchmark.

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