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Managed Email Hosting

We take email hosting seriously which is why provide industry leading email hosting solutions for businesses like yours. We work closely with you and your business to advise on and provide the right email hosting solution that will best suit your needs. Not all email hosting is equal. In fact, in our experience, most email hosting is insecure, oversold, and quite simply not suitable for business use. This is why businesses speak to us about solutions that are suitable for their individual needs. Free email solutions are not suitable for business use, are often highly insecure and don’t work seamlessly across multiple devices including laptops, tablets and smartphones. Don’t take our word for it though, let’s look at the facts about how awesome our hosting solutions are.

    Enterprise Level Email Hosting Solutions

    Large Mailboxes

    Each user gets 50 GB of mailbox storage and can send messages up to 25 MB in size, allowing you to work collaboratively across your organisation. 

    Outlook Integration

    Users can connect supported copies of Outlook to Exchange Online, so they can use the rich client application they are already familiar with.

    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.

    Access from Mobiles

    Mobile access is available from all major smartphones that can receive email, including Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices.

    Calendars and Contacts

    Users can schedule meetings, view shared calendars, groups, global addresses, external contacts, tasks, conference rooms, and delegation capabilities.


    Secure Mailboxes

    Every mailbox is protected with premier anti-malware and anti-spam protection via Exchange Online Protection which keeps your data secure at all times. 

    Archived Messages

    Take advantage of unlimited storage with 50 GB of storage in the user’s primary mailbox, plus unlimited storage in the user’s In-Place Archive. 

    Data Loss Prevention

    Control sensitive business data with built-in DLP policies based on regulatory standards such as PII and PCI, which help to identify, monitor, and protect data.