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  Reply # 794381 6-Apr-2013 18:57
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Is the $30 price just for a single mailbox, that does sound a lot if it is. I guess their difference is that they look to be hosting it in NZ, which could mean faster response times. I would have thought that sort of thing would be really reliable.

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  Reply # 794786 7-Apr-2013 22:21
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They also cheaper plans too, per month pricing per user

500Mb $15
1Gb $20
2Gb $25

all plus $25 setup fee per mailbox

as Mauricio points out MSFT sells a 25GB Exchange 2013 mailbox for $5.10/month with a financially-backed 99.9% uptime guarantee.

yes Auckland is closer for NZ customers, Office 365 is hosted out of Singapore with backup in Hong Kong

but with Outlook cache mode and synch in the background it basically removes the latency as you're working off local OST file

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  Reply # 801328 18-Apr-2013 09:21
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It would be good to get an update from the OP on this... Why using this provider instead of Office 365 for example?







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  Reply # 801375 18-Apr-2013 10:13
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freitasm: It would be good to get an update from the OP on this... Why using this provider instead of Office 365 for example?



Sadly the GM/MD has failed to respond to any of our "please explain" emails in any way. When our term is up our customers will be moved to another service. 

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