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Email Hosting, with "Archive Log" backup

Posted on 2014-03-29
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I currently have an old Exchange server with 50 users, but don't want to host on my own server anymore.

What do you recommend ?
  ** I need to be able to keep an "Archive Log" of all emails per legal policy
  ** Would still like to use my existing "Outlook 2010" client software
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