What's the difference between Hmail and Hmail Suite?

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What's the difference between HMail and HMail Suite?
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Hi,

Hmail is an email and calendaring tool designed for small business. With Hmail you can access your email and personal calendar from any computer. Hmail also includes built-in anti-spam and anti-virus protection.

The Hmail Suite is similar to your regular email account, but also includes a calendar feature to help you organize your business or personal schedule. Most accounts that include an Hmail account do not have the Suite built in automatically, as it incurs an extra small fee.

Most small businesses that use our service use Hmail Suite accounts for their core employees. This offers extended capabilities that include:
  • Collaborative scheduling with your work group.

  • Advanced mail organization features.

  • The ability to access email on a mobile device.


Specifically, using an Hmail Suite provides you with the following features:
  • IMAP email retrieval.
  • External mail retrieval, via POP3.

  • "Tagging" for your messages.

  • Viewing attachments as HTML, rather than having to download and view them.

  • Conversation view, showing your messages in a series, rather than one at a time.

  • Global Address List, which allows you to share contacts with other Hmail users in your domain.

  • Sharing your calendar with other Hmail users in your domain.

  • External directory (LDAP) checking.


Hope this helps,

Chris

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