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Cloudwrangler's Office Essentials Bundle includes fully-featured Microsoft Exchange with 5 GB of storage, MozyPro backup for desktop with 5 GB of storage and Microsoft SharePoint collaboration software with 200 MB of storage.

The price for all three services is $19.99/user/month with a one year commitment. If you prefer month-to-month, the bundle costs $2/user/month more.

Included in the bundle are:

  • Premium Spam Filtering, ActiveSync and Basic Archiving for each Microsoft Exchange mailbox.
  • Free shuttle service for large data transfers to backup up to 1.8 TB for new users with 25 or more seats.
  • Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010

To lure you in, Cloudwrangler is offering a 30-day risk free trial. You can sign up here.

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