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Exchange 2010 Hosting

Exchange 2010 Mobility

With PlexHosted Exchange 2010 Hosting you can enhance your company with business e-mail and collaboration tools like shared calendars, contacts and tasks, public folders, and e-mail at ANY chosen domain. Additionally, PlexHosted Exchange Standard Plan is includes free Active Sync feature, so you can configure protected Exchange 2010 email account on your mobile device (Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile).

Exchange 2010 Spam Filter

Exchange Spam Protection

Exchange 2010 Email is an amazing business communication tool and a source of massive amounts of data – as well as an easy target for SPAM, viruses, phishing, and other malware. But many small businesses are unaware of just what the risks are, or that they are subject to the same legal and compliance requirement as large businesses when it comes to their email records.

PlexHosted can help you establish your Exchange email security!

Exchange 2010 WhiteList and Exchange 2010 BlackList

Secure your email – stop SPAM, viruses, worms, and other email-borne malware before they arrive in your inbox. You can easily configure ANY transport rule if required and additionally you can compose your own WhiteList and BlackList as well. So, your Exchange 2010 Email would be protected by the powerfull Exchange 2010 Spam Filters.

To get more details about the Enterprise 2010 WhiteList and BlackList configuration please visit following knowledgebase guide: Create WhiteList or BlackList

Exchange 2010 Anti-Spam settings

PlexHosted Exchange 2010 can collect data from users’ anti-spam Safe Recipients Lists, Safe Senders Lists (WhiteLists), Blocked Senders Lists (BlackLists) and make this data immediately available to the anti-spam agents. This can help reduce instances of false-positives and enable more aggressive filtering.

Please visit our Exchange 2010 Hosting site or feel free to contact us for any information, or to ask an Exchange 2010 question.

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Exchange 2010 Email

PlexHosted Announces the Availability of Integrated Business Plans for Microsoft Exchange 2010, Lync 2010, and SharePoint 2010

PlexHosted Announces the Availability of Integrated Business Plans for Microsoft Exchange 2010, Lync 2010, and SharePoint 2010

PlexHosted is pleased to announce the availability of its suite of Integrated Business Plans for those customers who need the combined benefits offered by the integration of Microsoft Exchange 2010 email, Lync 2010 secure instant messaging, and SharePoint 2010 collaboration tools.

Our Standard Integrated Business Plan starts at just $12.95/user/month for integrated Exchange 2010 Standard, Lync 2010 Standard, and SharePoint Foundation with 1 GB of data storage (per organization). Professional and Enterprise business plans build upon the capabilities offered by our Standard business plan. No upfront investment or on-going maintenance and upgrade fees are required. We do NOT lock you into ANY “Service Contracts”! Please contact us today to sign up for our free 30 day “no cost what so ever” Integrated Business Plans trial.

Please visit us at http://plexhosted.com or call one of our Microsoft communications experts at 888.939.7539 to find out more and sign-up today.

Or you can send a message to PlexHosted sales department to require your Integrated Business Plan.

How to Add an Additional Exchange Email Account in Outlook

Microsoft Outlook 2010 is the full-version email client included in the Microsoft Office suite of productivity applications. Adding email accounts to Outlook is a fairly streamlined task, usually requiring only the email address and password for the Exchange email account.

To add an additional Exchange email account do next simple steps:

  • Run Outlook 2010
  • Click the File option on the top toolbar and then click the Add Account button under “Account Information”.

  • Type the name of the person to whom the new email account belongs into the field labeled Your Name. Type the email address for the new account in the Email Address input box. Type the password for the email account, and then retype the password to confirm. Click Next. Outlook will attempt to connect with the Exchange email server and log in with the information you have provided.

  • If successful, click Finish. The configuration is complete. If unsuccessful, click the Retry button to reattempt the connection, or click the Back button and manually configure the email servers.

  • You see the message like this. Press Ok and restart your Outlook 2010.

  • Additional account was added!

Good luck!

How to migrate (copy) Microsoft Outlook 2010 custom views to backup or share

Microsoft Outlook doesn’t offer an easy method to backup or share custom views, and exporting the contents to a new pst does not include the views or custom forms.

Copy views to a ViewsBackup.pst

  1. Add a new .pst (File, New, Outlook Data File).
  2. Add folders to the .pst for each type of view you need to copy. (One folder each of Mail, Calendar, contacts, etc).
  3. Select the first new folder.
  4. Open the Define views dialog.
  5. Select the view you want to copy to the new pst and click Copy.
  6. Select one of the “This folder…” options.
  7. Change the view name, if desired.
  8. Click Ok.
  9. Repeat for each view you want to copy.

Repeat for each folder type.

To copy a view that was originally designed for “this folder only”, you’ll need open that folder, and make a copy of it using the “For all [folders]” option then begin with Step 3.

Copying views to a different pst uses the same steps, but you’ll copy the “for this folder view” and set it for All [folder]. This adds it to the default pst (or Exchange mailbox). If you want it for a specific folder only, you’ll need to select the folder, copy the view again and set it for this folder only.

Views created for “this folder only” are stored in the folder – moving or copying the folder to a new pst includes these views (as well as custom forms published to the folder).

Exchange server users can copy views and published forms using the File, Folder menu.

How to create shared contacts folders in Outlook 2010

To share your contacts in Outlook 2010 do next steps:

  1. Open Outlook 2010.
  2. Click on Contacts in the lower left corner, then click on the Contact Folder you wish to share to select.

  1. Next click on Share Contacts in the sharing section of the menu bar.

  1. An invitation will open up.

Note: If option “Recipient can add …” is checked the other person will be able to add, edit and delete items in the folder. If you only intend for them to see and use the items uncheck it.

Click on the To… button and select a user from the Global Address List that you wish to grant permission to share your contacts.

Then click Send and confirm the invitation.

  1. Click Yes to confirm sharing folder.

  1. The person you invited will receive an email with the invitation. Open received email.
  2. They click Open this Contacts Folder to accept.

Benefits of outsourcing Exchange Email

There are huge benefits to outsourcing your mail.

No single point of failure (power goes out, nic card dies, hard drive failure). All of this results in your mail being down.You do not have to pay for an exchange admin (min of $50k a year to have someone keep your mail server running).

Most hosting company (like the one i work for), have a ton of redundancy built into there networks. Its more more secure then your everyday work networks.

You can save a lot of money also by outsourcing. You never have to worry about hardware failure. No more having to purchase Microsoft Licenses, backup software,antivirus software. You also do not have to pay for that person to keep the server running. That includes everyday maintenance.

You also never have to upgrade. When you outsource, the hosting company do all the upgrades for you.

Also, most your hosting company have Top notch Enterprise security. Specially if the company is SAS70 compliant. They get audited all the time to make sure the customers data is secure and protected.

Also, Spam Filters. Most company’s (at least you should check first), include spam filtering. That is another cost you will have to pay if you keep it in-house.

There are a lot more, and i will be happy to go more in depth in this conversation if you wish. Also, I work for a Hosted Exchange company. If you are interested in talking to me offline about your needs, let me know. I didn’t want to make this just about my company but i wanted to just give you facts on any hosted exchange company you go with.

No matter what company you choose, i believe hosted exchange is a lot better then keeping it inhouse. Just make sure you do your research on the top hosted exchange company before you make your choice.

You can send me a private message if you want to talk offline about your needs and i can at least give you more information about what you need to look for.

Thanks

How to Create an Exchange Account in Outlook 2011 for Mac

This guide will show you how to create an Exchange 2010 account in Outlook 2011 for Mac using the manual method.

  1. Click on the Outlook icon.
  2. Click on Tools and then on Accounts.
  3. Click on Exchange account.
  4. Enter your email address in the E-mail address field your.
  5. Give your account a name in the Account description field.
  6. Save changes.

Add multiple SharePoint and Exchange calendars to a SharePoint calendar

Add multiple SharePoint and Exchange calendars to a SharePoint calendar

Use the following procedure to create a view of multiple SharePoint 2010 and Exchange 2010 calendars for a SharePoint calendar. A view for a calendar can display a maximum of ten calendars.
 NOTE: To change calendar settings, you must have at least the design permission level for the site.
  1. In a SharePoint calendar, in the ribbon, on the Calendar tab, click Calendar Overlays.
  2. In the Calendar Overlay Settings page, click New Calendar.
    • To add a SharePoint calendar
      • Name and Type section, type the Calendar Name and then select SharePoint.
      • In the Calendar Overlay Settings section, type a Description for the calendar (optional), and change the Color theme for the calendar (optional).

TIP: Selecting different colors for different calendars makes it easier to distinguish which calendar an event is from.

      • Type the Web URL for the SharePoint site that the calendar is in and then click Resolve. If the calendar is in the same site as the group calendar, Web URL will already be populated accurately.
      • List drop-down arrow and select the calendar that you want to add to the calendar.
      • Click the List View drop-down arrow and select the view that you want to use for the calendar.
      • If you want this SharePoint calendar to always display in the SharePoint group calendar, select Always Show.
      • In the Name and Type section, type the Calendar Name and select Exchange.
      • In the Calendar Overlay Settings section, type a Description for the calendar (optional), and change the default Color theme for the calendar (optional).

TIP: Selecting different colors for different calendars makes it easier to distinguish which calendar an event is from.

      • Click FindOutlook Web Access URL and Exchange Web Service URL will be filled in automatically. If Find does not work in your environment, type the URLs manually
      • If you want this Exchange calendar to always display with the SharePoint group calendar, select Always Show.
  1. Click OK and then click OK again.

How to synchronize a SharePoint 2010 with Outlook 2010 (Exchange 2010). Part 3

Part 3. Synchronize a SharePoint task list with Outlook 2010

Please do next simple steps to sync a SharePoint 2010 task list with Outlook 2010 tasks.
    1. In your browser, navigate to the SharePoint site containing the Task list or Project task list you want to synchronize.
    2. Click the name of the task or project task list on the Quick Launch, or click Site Actions, click View All Site Content, and then in the appropriate list section, click the name of the task or project list.
NOTE: SharePoint site can be significantly modified in appearance and navigation. If you cannot locate an option, such as a command, button, or link, contact your SharePoint administrator.
  1. In the ribbon, on the List tab, in the Connect & Export group, click Open in Outlook.
  2. When prompted to connect the SharePoint Contacts list to Outlook, click OK.
In Outlook 2010 the tasks are added under Other Tasks in the Navigation Pane, and in the To-Do Bar.
NOTE: You can work with your tasks from your SharePoint site similar to the way you work with your Outlook tasks. You can drag or copy tasks back and forth between the folders for Outlook and the SharePoint site. However, recurring tasks and task requests from Outlook are converted to regular tasks on the SharePoint site.TIP: After you connect a Task list or Project Task list to Outlook, you can send a sharing message to other team members that invite them to connect to the tasks. Right-click the list name in Outlook, and then click Share tasks list name. This creates an e-mail message that contains a link and a command to connect to the list.

How to synchronize a SharePoint 2010 with Outlook 2010 (Exchange 2010). Part 2

Part 2. Synchronize a SharePoint contact list with Outlook 2010 contacts

Please do next simple steps to sync a SharePoint 2010 contact list with Outlook 2010 contacts.
    1. In your browser, navigate to the SharePoint site containing the contact list that you want to synchronize.
    2. Click the name of the contact list on the Quick Launch, or click Site Actions, click View All Site Content, and then in the appropriate list section, click the name of the contact list.
NOTE: SharePoint site can be significantly modified in appearance and navigation. If you cannot locate an option, such as a command, button, or link, contact your SharePoint administrator.
  1. In the ribbon, on the List tab, in the Connect & Export group, click Open in Outlook.
  2. When prompted to connect the SharePoint contacts to Outlook, click OK.

In  Outlook 2010 the contacts are added under Contacts in the Navigation Pane.