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I've been stuck with my Gmail account and I can't change from it for personals at home, but at work we still have some thing's setup via outlook, with most of it being transitioned over to web-based services/solutions.
We actually, even use Gmail for one our mail servers even at our offices but for a little'r project.
Sorry for not checking in on my own thread. I was busy working on a Outlook 2010 add-ins for a client. The reason that I'm posting this thread is I would like to make a Outlook 2010 add-ins that target web hosting companies that use Outlook.
What features do you think is missing in Outlook 2010 that might help you in webhosting?
I use Outlook just because I have so many different emails to keep an eye on - having them all in one place just makes it easier.
Same here, but thats probably the only reason.
Originally Posted by Steve-Hostirian
We have migrated all desktops here to Outlook 2010
How did you find the migration process? I found Outlook 2010 quite a pain when moving from either 03 or 07. In the past it has been as simple as copying the PST file but I have had nothing but problems with 2010. If its not just me an assistant add-in would be useful, although that's not really just for web hosts.
I use Thunderbird myself personally for my day-to-day email. We do provide outlook support via the default cPanel setup, but nothing special. As far as ticket system goes, we mainly stick with our all-in-one solution WHMCS.
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