Leading Microsoft Exchange Server and Office 365 resource site, MSExchange.org, announced today that Exclaimer Email Alias Manager for Exchange was selected first runner-up in the Exchange Administration category of the MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Awards.
“Our Reader’s Choice Awards give visitors to our site the opportunity to vote for the products they view as the very best in their respective category,” said Sean Buttigieg, MSExchange.org manager. “MSExchange.org users are specialists in their field who encounter various solutions for Exchange Server at the workplace. Their vote serves as a solid peer-to-peer recommendation of the winning product.”
MSExchange.org conducts regular polls to discover which product is preferred by Exchange administrators in a particular category of third party solutions for Microsoft Exchange Server and Office 365. The awards draw a huge response per category and are based entirely on the visitors’ votes. MSExchange.org users can submit their votes for the current Readers’ Award poll in the site’s right-hand bar.
About Email Alias Manager for Exchange
Exclaimer Email Alias Manager for Exchange is the simple, manageable and robust way to send from multiple email addresses while maintaining a single Exchange mailbox. With Email Alias Manager you can choose the email address you want to send from when composing your email – and automatically reply to incoming message using the address they were sent to.
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