Outlook Web App

Don’t lose productivity by using the basic webmail interface offered by most e-mail hosting providers. Outlook Web App (OWA) webmail offers the rich look-and-feel and productivity features of Microsoft Outlook when you manage your e-mail from an internet browser. You can get such Outlook on the Web as part of Exchange Online/Office 365 plans, or as part of Apps4Rent’s Hosted Exchange plans. In the Kiosk plans, OWA mail works similar to a POP3 e-mail account but with advanced webmail features including Exchange ActiveSync. With hosted Exchange plans, OWA as Exchange Webmail includes unlimited mailbox size, advanced synchronization of e-mail, contacts, calendar, and tasks with desktop mail clients and mobile devices. Sign up today for as low as $2/mailbox/month.

Exchange Kiosk Exchange Kiosk

  • 2 GB Mailbox
  • OWA Webmail
  • Free ActiveSync
  • OWA Webmail
  • Free ActiveSync
$2.00/monthBased on Annual Commitment

Office 365 K1Office 365 K1

  • 2 GB Mailbox
  • Exchange Kiosk Features+
  • Social Network – Yammer
  • SharePoint and Office Online
  • Monthly & Annual Options
$4.00/monthBased on Annual Commitment

Exchange 2016Exchange 2016

  • Unlimited Mailbox
  • Free Setup for Exchange
  • Free ActiveSync
  • Advanced Anti-Spam
  • No Contract or Minimum
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$6.95/monthPay Annually to Save 10% More

Exchange 2016 PlusExchange 2016 Plus

  • Unlimited Mailbox
  • Free Archiving & Outlook
  • Free ActiveSync
  • Advanced Anti-Spam
  • No Contract or Minimum
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$9.95/monthPay Annually to Save 10% More

For companies that need advanced and flexible hosted e-mail options, OWA mail is another tool in the arsenal. For a really low monthly price, you can give each of your employees an option to use a productive Microsoft Outlook like interface while working from home, office, or other locations such as internet cafes, field or branch offices. This standardization across the company improves security, decreases training and support costs, and eases any future upgrades.

Apps4Rent allows its e-mail hosting customers to customize plans for individual employees. So a company can pick standalone OWA accounts for most users, and hosted Exchange plans with Exchange Webmail for power users who need advanced synchronization features.

Microsoft has gone to great lengths to provide almost the same experience and features in OWA as available in Microsoft Outlook for managing e-mails, calendar, contacts, and tasks. For a demonstration of these new features see the Microsoft support site.

Here is the list of some of the features included in OWA, now known as Outlook on the web:

Outlook Web App Features

UI customized for easy touch functionality, swiping support for quick access to user actions.

You can now continue to work even during no internet connection. The work you do while disconnected is automatically synchronized the next time connectivity is restored.

One can open Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, and PDF files in the browser even if the application that created the document is not installed on the client. Office online server made it possible to view all office documents without having Office installed on local machine.

Manage all Outlook on the web settings in one place.

You can now view messages in default conversion view and also adjust reading pane exactly like Outlook 2016.

Users can manage their mobile devices in Outlook on the web 2016.

Now Outlook on the web comes with over 50 built-in themes.

New Outlook on the web provides the ability to insert inline pictures and easily resize images.

Intelligent search suggestions will appear based on people we communicate your mailbox content and query history.

Documents and messages within the folders can be attached to email.

Users can create and edit server-side rules in Outlook on the web 2016.

You can assign archive policies now by just right clicking on any message and choose the right policy.

By storing the e-mail addresses of recent recipients, the nickname cache helps users address e-mail more quickly by providing a suggested name list as a new address is typed.

Have been added to the user interface in OWA mail.

Users can create and edit personal distribution lists.

Outlook on the web 2016 supports using a drag-and-drop operation to move folders and items within folders from one location to another.

You can quickly click those actions that they use most often such as New, Reply All, and Delete.

Improved calendar with easier interface to find information and manage their schedules. Outlook on the web now enables your users to share their calendars with people outside your organization.

Flagged messages automatically appear in Tasks in Outlook on the web 2016. Along with you can use colorful categories to mark messages.

Users can manage junk e-mails in Outlook on the web 2016.

The Scheduling Assistant makes it easier to find times and resources for meetings.

Outlook on the web 2016 includes improved Reminders and Notifications features

Users can select the language, date, and time settings they want Outlook on the web 2016 to use.

Outlook on the web 2016 lets users check the spelling of message before they are sent.

Users can select calendar and reminder options in Outlook on the web 2016.

Users can auto-reply to senders when they are out of the office or send messages to senders for a specific period of time in Outlook on the web 2016.

Users can change their account password.

Users can decide how Outlook on the web 2016 handles deleted items.

Apps4Rent’s transition manager lead us through every step in the migration. Legal compliance and eDiscovery features in Office 365 were important to us. Apps4Rent team did not rest till all emails and public folders were migrated, and compliance configurations done.– Bill, Partner, Law Firm, Ohio
Apps4Rent is the most efficient vendor one can get in the market. They do their homework well and are very detailed and meticulous in their approach. They know the intricacies of Azure so well that throughout the migration process they had very little dependency on our internal IT team. Once the migration was complete, we haven’t looked back at it and have been operating without any disruptions, whatsoever!– Jeremy, Head, IT Services, Connecticut

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