Email with Options
Email services are a core part of your business so planning the best environment for your needs before deploying is a must. Whether you require a cloud, server or hybrid solution, we'll help create something that works for you, or change your current solution to suit your business needs.
How We Can Help
On-premise Exchange servers and Azure AD Office 365 Exchange online work with your computers and network to give you single sign-in. You'll get great security options including remotely wiping compromised devices and extra tools such as automated signatures which insert a users name and title.
Share calendars and appointments with internal staff and external clients.
Single users and groups can receive emails from multiple email addresses.
Access to your email, calendar, tasks and contact on multiple devices.
Local or Cloud
Advice on choosing an on-premise, cloud or a combined/hybrid email solution for your needs.
Access from Everywhere
Per device and cloud based security. Compromised or stolen devices can be remotely wiped of sensitive data.
Signatures automatically attached after sending including dynamic fields like name and mobile number.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here's a little more information about our business email service.
What is single sign-in?
A single password (or PIN, fingerprint or face login) gives you access to your Windows login, email, network and server.
What equipment do I need?
If you are planning on utilising on-premise Exchange services you will (at minimum) require a server, Exchange email software and relevant network equipment to allow devices to connect. We recommend that mail servers are backed up locally several times a day, and to a cloud based storage platform daily. Cloud based email services only require that a working internet connection and reasonable bandwidth allowance to allow live synchronization.
What is a cloud relay?
A cloud relay is used to collect email before forwarding to your on-premise Exchange email server. Using a relay allows messages to be filtered for threats and also collects email in the event of on-premise server failure - when connection is reestablished, these messages will be forwarded.
What is remote device wipe?
Microsoft Exchange software (and cloud based email) gives the ability to remotely wipe any device that is lost or stolen - providing an additional layer of security. Security policies are enabled and must be accepted by the mobile device before the set up of the account is allowed. [Mobile device] security policy permissions include allowing administrators to remotely wipe the device of data and also the requirement of security logins such as a PIN.
What is an email group?
Email groups are useful if you have departments or projects. For example, staff on a project may be added to a "Project 1"group - when emailing this group (firstname.lastname@example.org), all members of this group will receive the email. It's also possible to send messages as the group so that all members can view these messages in their sent items folder.
What is an alias email address?
An alias is an additional address to which you can send emails. For example, you could have a primary email address of email@example.com, but also have alias addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com attached to the primary account. An email sent to any of those addresses will always reach the primary email account.
How do automated signatures work?
Email signatures are attached after an email is sent (usually from a cloud relay)- attaching the signature before sending to the recipient. Signatures contain useful information that's taken from the directory such as names, titles, mobile number - all of which will be different for each sender. You can personalise emails with scheduled promotions such as images and change the automated signature for each person, group and even whether it's a new or reply email.