(Gawkwire.com) DotNetPanel, a leading Windows hosting control panel developer, announced today its new Exchange 2010 module, designed exclusively for hosting companies and Internet service providers that want to offer Hosted Exchange 2010 services to customers, along with Hosted Exchange 2007 services, all in one control panel.
"The latest DotNetPanel Windows web hosting control panel release offers support for Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010, making it easier for customers to migrate from Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010," said Feodor Fitsner, Director of DotNetPanel. "Web hosting companies and Internet service providers can run both Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010 simultaneously based on customer preferences."
With DotNetPanel’s Exchange 2010 hosting control panel, customers can take advantage of Exchange Server 2010’s reduced deployment cost, greater mobility and flexible access, decreased inbox overload, increased productivity, safeguards for sensitive information, and reduced risk of malware and spam. Additional Exchange 2010 features include simplified compliance, high availability, and disaster recovery.
"The new DotNetPanel Exchange 2010 module is ideal for web hosting companies and Internet service providers that want an easy-to-use Exchange Server hosting control panel for creating, selling, and reselling Exchange 2010 email services," said Fitsner. "Like our Exchange 2007 module, the Exchange 2010 module will help companies easily manage their Exchange Server 2010 email accounts across their entire line of Windows hosting servers."
DotNetPanel’s latest version also includes support for BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 for Microsoft Exchange SP1 and hMail Server version 5. BlackBerry Enterprise Server v5.0 provides additional support for DotNetPanel’s BlackBerry module. hMail Server version 5, a free email server for Microsoft Windows, supports common email protocols including IMAP, SMTP and POP3. Plus it has flexible score-based spam protection and can scan all incoming and outgoing email for additional protection.
"Our DotNetPanel BlackBerry module has become extremely popular since its launch back in February 2009, so we make sure customers always have access to the latest BlackBerry Enterprise Server releases for optimum support," said Fitsner. "With the addition of the hMail Server module, web hosting companies and Internet service providers can offer free email services to customers who are not yet ready for Exchange 2010’s powerful features, giving companies a greater advantage in the hosting marketplace."
The DotNetPanel team of Windows hosting control panel developers encourages visitors to view the online demo or download the free DotNetPanel web hosting control panel edition by visiting dotnetpanel.com.