More and more often the case, small to medium sized companies are realising the benefits of hosted email.
For a small monthly amount, typically around £5 per month, you can host
your own email account at your own domain for example
firstname.lastname@example.org. Now compare this to the price of purchasing
your own Email server, supporting your own email server plus the
associated configuration & operational costs...
If Appiam host your email, you would never be required to
upgrade your email server, nor would you need to support your email
server PLUS you could take advantage of additional functionality
recently deployed to our email servers, the most recent addition allows
you to synchronize your Blackberry or other mobile device with your own
hosted email account.
Here are a few benefits to hosting your email with Appiam:
» Greatly reduced Total Cost of Ownership
» No server fees / initial outlay / licensing
» View your emails from any Internet connected device anywhere in the world
» Synchronise your Blackberry or other mobile device with your email account
» New ! Synchronize your calendar, contacts & tasks between your mobile device, PC and laptop OTA (Over The Air)
It's important to remember that all synchronisation with your
hosted mailbox is completely automated and wireless, no cradles or USB
cables are required allowing you and your operations to run
Hosting your email with us also takes away the burden of your own email
server either crashing, malfunctioning or being liable to any other
disaster from occurring. Appiam's email servers are stored in our own
datacentre providing 24/7 support for 365 days of the year.
Recently Nokia notice our dedication and commitment to email hosting and we have since become the only
promoted reseller of Nokia's Mail For Exchange client application in
Europe. The Mail For Exchange application is now pre-installed on all
future E and N Series Nokia devices and 12 million previously
distributed Nokia handsets. our partner website can be found at www.mailforexchange.com
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