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Hi Experts,

We currently have Exchange 2003 in house.  We review those two platforms for a long time and couldn't decide which one we should go. If you are a real user (Mail Administrator for a firm, not Google or MS partners), please share your experiences with us.  

Thank you so much.

Ted
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