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kbumbaz

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Hi !

I am net admin in a small company 50users.

Actualy we have an older exchange 5.5 need to be updated !

I think my company is little & don't necessite an expenseive echange 2003 !

I think I will buy the pro or enterprise version ?

I would like to have your point of view on this products ?

tanks !
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jshaw541

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I'll bite. I'm not sure what you're asking. The last time I checked, there was only one version of Kerio MailServer. You buy it, and then the appropriate number of user licenses you require.

My (brief) opinion is that KMS is much, much easier to admin than Exchange. For more detailed opinions, look back in the forum archives, this question is answered a lot and there's a ton of good opinions out there.



kbumbaz wrote on Mon, 12 July 2004 07:55

Hi !

I am net admin in a small company 50users.

Actualy we have an older exchange 5.5 need to be updated !

I think my company is little & don't necessite an expenseive echange 2003 !

I think I will buy the pro or enterprise version ?

I would like to have your point of view on this products ?

tanks !


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~1300 users
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sirjosi

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Are you limited to a windows solution?

for windows, other than exchange, I would recommend kerio or mailsite (just bec it can store the info on SQL which kerio doesnt have yet)

for unix, you have free solutions like sendmail or postfix. It's easy to set up, but hard to troubleshoot complex issues if youre not a unix expert.

pay it forward
-sirjosi
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