We currently have a 549 user exchange 03 system setup. The users are doing pop3/smtp. The beauty of pop3/smtp is that it has allowed us to avoid investment in an infrastructure in terms of storage. They draw it all down.
I am about to design a 2007 system and I am trying to decide which route to go. I was looking at doing webaccess or rpc over https for our customers.
WebAccess RPC over HTTPS would be secure and more contemporary
POP3/SMTP could be secured and more cost effiecient...but is it a very contemporary for a business to use who is growing?
Finally...Traffic....I know how much traffic pop3/smtp generates. I don't know what the webaccess and rpc over https comparison is.
Any helpful information/articles are welcome.
Thank you, Kristin