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Need advice about "going virtual"

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by leanneorr, Jan 26, 2011.

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  1. leanneorr

    leanneorr Thread Starter

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    Hi all

    I work in a small business and as there is only 4 of us in total we've decided to go virtual (at the least possible cost).

    So, our setup now is a shared drive between 4 computers (we are going to put these files online with drop box or livedrive.com)

    Our calander from outlook has been uploaded to google calander and this is great as it is free and we can sync it with our phones.

    The last step is our email. First of all, our website is being hosted with our business park who are going to continue hosting it for us. We can access our mail online via our browsers which is hosted by nexent.
    Accessing our email online ideal, especially for the boss who travels alot, but the only problem is that when we send email, we cannot view our sent items, this is important as we send out free materials etc. The view of the mail is very basic. I was going to go down the google mail route for organisations but before I go parting my money with this is anyone aware of anything cheaper?

    Will hosting our mail with a different provider affect anything?

    And does anyone have any tips or advice before I put all of this in place?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. AQ78

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    Conisider exahnge hosted email then local copies of outlook will be able to keep a full cached copy of email
     
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