Microsoft's Hosted Exchange™ Email & Outlook
Business-class communication. Greater results.
Much more than just email. Microsoft® Exchange 2010 can help you drive your business forward by staying organized and working more effectively with colleagues, partners, and customers.
Microsoft Exchange provides businesses with email, calendar, and contacts on the PC, phone and browser, so employees can stay connected and in sync.
You can get Microsoft Exchange for your business by either subscribing to it online or installing it on your own server.
Please contact Cannon Beach Computers and we’ll tell you about the Exchange packages designed for different budget levels.
Exchange Server 2010
Microsoft Exchange 2010 delivers rich tools that can add real value to your business, at prices to meet different budget levels. Now is the time to:
- Simplify the way you manage your email, contacts, and calendar.
- Stay connected on the go with access to your email, contacts, and calendar from your phone, PC, and browser.
- Worry less about security with world-class protection from viruses and spam email.
- Hosted Exchange 2010 - Corporate class email at Small business prices!
Outlook and Exchange: Tips & Tricks
The Microsoft® Outlook® 2010 email application and Microsoft Exchange are designed to provide the best experience together. Outlook provides powerful tools to help you manage your email and organize your life, both at work and at home. With Exchange, you get enterprise-class email for your small business, making it easier than ever for you to get organized, stay connected on the go, and worry less about security. Use these tricks to make the most of Outlook 2010 and Exchange in your small business.
Bring email accounts together
If you’re already using Outlook 2010 for your personal email, you can simply add your Exchange account to it. You can also bring together other email accounts that you use regularly, such as a web-based account (for example, a Windows Live® Hotmail® or Gmail account), saving you the hassle of checking each one individually.
- In Outlook 2010, click the File tab (to open Backstage view.)
- Near the top of the Info tab, click Add Account.
Ignoring unwanted conversations
If you’ve ever been on the receiving end of a group email that leads to several “reply all” responses, you’ll know how quickly it can clutter your inbox, particularly if the topic isn’t important to you. Outlook lets you ignore a conversation by automatically sending related messages to the Deleted Items folder.
- In Outlook, on the Home tab, in the Delete group, click Ignore. All previous and future email messages of the selected conversation are moved directly to the Deleted Items folder
Using shared calendars
IWith shared calendars, you can see at a glance when your coworkers are free or busy. You can view your team’s calendars side by side, and you can overlay multiple calendars (such as your work and personal calendars, so you can see your own schedule all-up).
- To open another calendar in Outlook 2010, in Calendar, in the Navigation Pane, select the check box of the other calendar that you want to view. That calendar now opens next to the calendar that is already open
- If you want to overlay the new calendar on your other calendar, on the Calendar tab, click View in Overlay Mode.
Accessing email from your phone
Windows Phone devices come with Microsoft Outlook Mobile 2010 pre-installed, ready to use with your Exchange email, calendar, contacts, and tasks. You can also get your Exchange email on other smartphones that support Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync® technology. To set up your Windows Phone 7 device with Outlook Mobile:
- Tap the arrow to go to the App list, and then tap Settings.
- On the Settings screen, tap email + accounts.
- On the email + accounts screen, tap add an account and follow the steps.