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Exchange vs. basic email

To help you understand the productivity-boosting options that Exchange offers, here is a comparison of Exchange/Outlook versus basic email:

Exchange vs. basic email
  Exchange/Outlook Basic email
Group scheduling
Send out meeting requests, then track and update them
Shared calendars and side-by-side calendar views
Access to personal and shared address books from remote locations
Outlook single sign-on for email and network access
Outlook connections over the Internet are secure some solutions
Server-side spam filtering some solutions
Put multicolored flags next to emails as a reminder to follow up partial
Ability to add voting buttons to a messages
Automatic out-of-office reply
Ability to recall sent messages
Support for multiple-computer access partial
Synchronised access to email via web browsers, mobile web, iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry some solutions
Outlook Cached Exchange Mode for working with intermittent Web connection some solutions
Offline email, calendar, contacts, and public folder support partial
Access to public folders for sharing documents and information
Basic email support
Easy management of Outlook and Exchange Server profiles across multiple machines to lower support costs