+ 0 Votes Have you considered a hosted Exchange server? ThumbsUp2 Updated - 6 years ago We use an externaly hosted exchange server (I can send you the name if you want). This gives us email addresses that never change, the ability to control our own accounts (add/remove/provision), web access to our email accounts while traveling, and reliability far beyond what an ISP could hope to provide. The account comes with a license for the Outlook client to be installed on each computer, so the need for purchasing the Office Suite just to get Outlook isn't there. Our email addresses are our domain (firstname.lastname@example.org), so if we get blacklisted, it's our fault. Using a hosted Exchange server saved us from having to keep a dedicated Tech on staff to maintain the server. And, we all know how much time that consumes. The additional advantage is that you can pick and choose your ISP at will. Go with the one that gives you the best price and servers as well as change at will if you so desire. You never have to change your email addresses. + 0 Votes Here is what we use..... ThumbsUp2 6 years ago You don't have the PM (private message) turned on in your account here at TR, so I have to post the URL. We used to host our own email (non-Exchange). When we began to outgrow our existing system and started looking into Exchange, we found a Hosted Exchange Server was more cost effective than doing it ourselves. We researched several different companies before we decided on http://www.usa.net because it provided all of the services we were looking for, plus some. Each of our remote offices has a different ISP, but we all connect to this server for our email. The best part is that we can connect from anywhere in the world, as long as we have internet access, instead of only from our individual offices like we used to have to do (firewall issues).