Thanks for your reply, cmdln.
Originally Posted by cmdln
I just don't like my data being in someone elses hands.
That seems to be among the major arguments in favor of an in-house mail solution. But we find it un-likely that Google would screw up, not fix the issue promptly and screw us. I think a few reports like that would be the end of their enterprise mail/groupware hosting product - which I think is a pretty significant part of their business plan.
I guess you need to have been burned once before to feel the weight of that argument. As a great American president once said: "Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice... uh... ya can't get fooled again." ;-)
Seems to be a lot of people pretty happy with it.
But I wonder if anybody prefers OpenXchange?