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InterOffice Email Setup

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#1 Wilo


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Posted 22 December 2011 - 01:22 PM


I have Windows Server 2003 installed on my servers.

I am wanting to implement a simple interoffice email solution for our business. We have around 15 employees and we wish to use this solution to send out mass notifications to our employees about policy changes, important events, etc.

However, I am not looking into using our domain for this. I am just wanting to keep it simple within the server. Like each user registered on the server gets a mailbox to receive and reply to messages from within the server.

Users will be connecting to the Server via Terminal Services.

I was looking into Pegasus and Outlook for this but I'm not sure how to implement them for interoffice email.

If anyone can point me into the right direction, I will greatly appreciate it.


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#2 shyjan


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Posted 01 January 2012 - 08:13 AM

If you are using small business server 2003 - It has exchange built in to setup mail.

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