Both Programs look Great! MailEnable does seem to require less system resources.. But other than that they seem to compare really closely. Except in Price.. But, I can deal with that if I have to. I'm trying MailEnable Professional because they offer a 90 day try before you buy. So I'm doing just that. I've migrated all my mail accounts over and am going to see how it works for the next few months. If there are no troubles I'll BUY it and keep it.. If it turns out to be a DOG then I'll punt and go another direction.
Doug Reynolds suggested I give google a try. But, the multiple Domain administration seemed problematic with them. Who, knows I may go down that path again… Depends how the trial goes.
Thanks for the suggestions! I'll post my woes should there be any, don't you worry.
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