Dotster Introduces Open-Xchange Business Email with Personal Mobility

March 7, 2010 by  

Web Hosting ToolsVancouver, Wash. – Dotster Inc. is helping business owners improve efficiency and communication with its new Open-Xchange Webmail, Business Email, and Personal Mobility solutions. Open-Xchange provides small business owners a low-cost, open-source alternative to Microsoft® Exchange, with an average savings of 78 percent for up to 10 users.

Customers who purchase any Dotster email or hosting package will receive Open-Xchange Webmail at no additional charge. Open-Xchange Webmail includes a fully-integrated:

• Email service
• Calendar
• Contact list
• Task list

These features allow Dotster customers to manage all of their day-to-day activities from one central and easily-accessible location.

Webmail users can also add Personal Mobility to their account for just $2.99 per month, giving them access to the full functions of their Webmail via mobile devices. Personal Mobility offers real-time synchronization of:
• Email
• Contacts
• Calendar
• Tasks

Personal Mobility supports popular mobile devices including the Apple iPhone®, Motorola Android™, BlackBerry®, Windows Mobile® smartphones and more.

Those who need an even more robust and collaborative solution can upgrade to Open-Xchange Business Email, which includes Personal Mobility, for $6.99 per month.With Business Email, employees can share calendars, address books, task lists and files, resulting in increased productivity, and improved communication, teamwork and efficiency.

The features of Business Email include:
• Team calendaring with shared calendars
• Shared contacts
• Shared task lists
• Centralized document storage with version control
• Mobile device compatibility with Personal Mobility
• Full integration with popular desktop programs including Microsoft Outlook’s email, contacts, calendar, and tasks; Apple’s Mail, iCal, and Address Book; and many more programs.

With Open-Xchange “Social OX” features, users can also consolidate any kind of existing webmail accounts—for example from Google® and Yahoo! ®—into a folder in Open-Xchange so they can be managed more easily. In addition, contact details from social networks such as Facebook®, LinkedIn® or Xing® can be added automatically to the Open-Xchange address book—giving users easy access to the latest contact information within their personal network.

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