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GMail for Domains vs. MS Live Office? 46

Posted by Cliff
from the give-your-own-review dept.
utlemming asks: "With the announcement of GMail for Domains and Microsoft Live Office, both in beta, business users will soon have a choice in hosted email solutions and my organization was lucky enough to be selected for both beta programs. Seeing major differences between the two in terms of usability, ease to setup and features, I have written this a review of both products based on my testing. This leads me to my question: what experiences have you had with GMail for Domains and Microsoft Live Office, and how have they worked with your organization?"
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GMail for Domains vs. MS Live Office?

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  • by pythas (75383) on Friday March 31, 2006 @08:12PM (#15038465)
    OMG M$ SUX THIS IS TERRIBLE I CAN'T EVEN FIGUrE OUT HOW TO LOGIN.

    OH GOOGLE I LOVE YOU HAVE MY BABY.

    I've saved the rest of you the trouble of reading all the way through this trash.
  • by moochfish (822730) on Friday March 31, 2006 @08:15PM (#15038484)
    If someone wanted to subpena your emails, it'll be the difference between your company defending itself or Google doing it for you. Either way, if a court says hand 'em over, your emails are out of your control. Google doesn't want to hand over its clients emails because it hurts its image and lowers consumer trust. So I will go out on a limb here and say Google is probably going to defend the privacy of your emails as rigorously as your company would.

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