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I have a att account with web space. I would like to get a hosted-exchange service with sherweb.com. I trying to find out if the supports this. Will I be able to change the Mx files to point to my exchange server for outlook 2007?
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so long as you have control over the MX records for the domain you should be fine - simply point them at your hosting company's mail servers
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