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Posted Feb 13, 2008
1:59:33 PM
Is there no longer a server-based Xpress Mail solution?
There used to be server-based solutions for Xpress Mail. I think they were called Enterprise Edition and Network Edition, or something.
 
Does anything like that still exist or is anything like that available? Otherwise I think we are going to have to switch to Blackberrys . . .
 
Thanks.
There used to be server-based solutions for Xpress Mail. I think they were called Enterprise Edition and Network Edition, or something.
 
Does anything like that still exist or is anything like that available? Otherwise I think we are going to have to switch to Blackberrys . . .
 
Thanks.

Is there no longer a server-based Xpress Mail solution?

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I think it's still there, but AT&T is no longer taking new accounts.  Seven, the people who run Xpressmail, have a server based solution.
 
I think it's still there, but AT&T is no longer taking new accounts.  Seven, the people who run Xpressmail, have a server based solution.
 

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