E-mail, shared calendars, & contacts
Microsoft Exchange Online is part of Microsoft Business Productivity Suite. The Microsoft Hosted Exchange Server is hosted by Microsoft with data centers, located worldwide. Each data center houses a highly reliable network of equipment that hosts your mail solution:

Improved e-mail security
"From virtually-anywhere" access to e-mail for your employees
Enhanced operational efficiency for your IT staff
25-gigabyte (GB) mailbox storage per standard license

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Business continuity: Your data is continuously replicated to datacenters in different geographic locations providing advanced security and reliability features. Microsoft datacenters meet a wide variety of industry standards and certifications, including ISO 27001.

Administration center: A centralized, Web-based administration console enables you to configure Exchange Online to manage subscriptions, provision users, reset passwords, and configure services from anywhere you have Internet access.

Migration tools: Free migration tools are available to transfer historical mailbox data to your Exchange Online environment. IMAP-based tools allow basic migration of historical email from non-Exchange environments. For Exchange 2000, Exchange 2003, and Exchange 2007, robust tools migrate all mailbox content, including e-mail, calendar items, contacts, and tasks.

Exchange Online is a flexible solution designed to meet the needs of companies with a wide variety of IT environments:

Additional deskless worker options: A version of Exchange Online designed for employees who require fewer messaging features because they are infrequent users. This option provides a 500-MB mailbox with access to e-mail, calendar, contacts, and the company directory through the light version of Outlook Web App.

E-mail coexistence: Maintain on-premises Exchange Server mailboxes and Exchange Online mailboxes in an integrated e-mail environment. This enables you to segment your users according to their messaging needs, and migrate to the cloud at the pace that is right for your organization.

Outlook support: Users can connect to their copies of Microsoft Outlook 2003 or later to Exchange Online without a virtual private network (VPN) connection, making it easy for them to use the rich client application they know and use every day.

Experience Microsoft Exchange Online. Get built-in business continuity and disaster recovery, continuous data backups, and industry certified data centers. New team members are up and running quickly, and everyone is always on the latest software. If questions come up, take advantage of round-the-clock Web and phone support.

The power of Exchange email, calendar, and contacts with built-in functionality to help protect against viruses and spam at no extra cost giving customers anywhere access to mailbox data across PCs, the Web and mobile devices.

Delivers reliability, availability and performance with a guaranteed 99.9% uptime and money-back service-level agreement (SLA) with 24/7, IT-level phone support

Integrates with the same Microsoft Outlook and Office programs your users know, ensuring a minimal learning curve

Exchange Online provides the core features of Exchange Server, so your users get the business-class messaging capabilities they need to be productive including:

Large mailboxes: Each user gets 25 GB of mailbox storage standard and the ability to send attachments up to 30 megabytes (MB).

Antivirus/anti-spam: Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange is included, providing multiple filters and virus-scanning engines to help protect your organization from spam, viruses, and phishing scams.

Web-based access: For Web-client access, Outlook Web App provides a premium browser-based experience that matches the look and feel of the full Outlook client.

Mobility: Mobile access is available from all phones capable of receiving e-mail, including Windows Phone, the iPhone, Android, Palm, Nokia, and Blackberry devices.

Shared calendar and contacts: Users can compare calendars to schedule meetings with Exchange Online and have access to collaboration features like shared calendars, groups, global address list, external contacts, tasks, conference rooms, and delegation.

In addition to delivering powerful and familiar Exchange Server capabilities, Exchange Online greatly simplifies management and provides advanced security and reliability features to help your data remain safe in the cloud.