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Microsoft Exchange Online

Microsoft Exchange Online

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  • #1 Software in Email Hosting
  • Microsoft Exchange Online market share is 42.76% with more than 1288724 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 62,414,911 contacts that are using Microsoft Exchange Online , including Amazon Walmart Apple

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    42.76%

    ABOUT MICROSOFT EXCHANGE ONLINE

    Microsoft Exchange is a mail and calendar server with a global userbase and an online or on-site interface. Geared toward corporate professionals, it enables employees to collaborate on their documents, prioritize emails, personalize their inboxes, and connect with line of business (LOB) applications.

    Top industries using this technology

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    977,108
    32.42%
    322,416
    10.70%
    51,660
    1.71%
    50,822
    1.69%
    50,383
    1.67%
    48,281
    1.60%
    32,918
    1.09%
    32,296
    1.07%
    30,666
    1.02%
    25,424
    0.84%
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    What is Microsoft Exchange Online and what is used for?

    Microsoft Exchange is a mail and calendar server with a global userbase and an online or on-site interface. Geared toward corporate professionals, it enables employees to collaborate on their documents, prioritize emails, personalize their inboxes, and connect with line of business (LOB) applications.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Microsoft Exchange Online

    Gmail for business is one of the most well-known alternatives to Microsoft Exchange Online

    Who uses Microsoft Exchange Online?

    1288724 companies reportedly use Microsoft Exchange Online in their tech stacks, including Amazon, Walmart, Apple