Cobweb Hosted Exchange 2013 on your Mac with Lion 10.7
Until recently, integration with Microsoft Exchange Server for
Mac users has always posed a bit of a problem. That is until
Apple’s latest version of the OS X operating system, Lion, has
brought us full Exchange features and benefits. Now with Lion, the
Mac has out-of-the-box support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010!
With Exchange support, you can tap into your company’s global
address lists, so you can create groups and Smart Groups with
contacts from your local list or an Exchange-based list.
Cobweb welcomes Apple's decision to support Microsoft Exchange
2013 as this has opened up true business collaboration and working
to a great platform.
We offer full support should you wish to access our award
winning Hosted Exchange service via Mac using Outlook 2011 for Mac.
It is also possible to purchase a rental licence for Outlook 2011
for Mac, the official Microsoft email client for Mac OS, for just
£1.49 per user / per month.
Users will benefit from:
- 25GB Microsoft Exchange based mailbox
- 24/7 UK based support
- Share mail folders, calendars, global address lists &
contacts with your colleagues
- Full support for iOS devices including iPhone and
- Security compliant ISO 9001 and ISO 27001 audited
Our Hosted Exchange Mac service is available on a per user, per
And getting started with Outlook on your Mac is just as
simple as getting started on your PC.
- 1 - Install the Outlook Client
- 2 - Add your account by following the simple instructions on
screen or by following our knowledgebase guide
- 3 - Start using your emails!
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Exchange on the Mac difficult to set
No, the Mac will simply take you through the steps you need to
set Exchange up on your mail client.
We also provide guides on how to set up Exchange in
your Outlook, which can be found in our knowledgebase.
Can I still use Cobweb Hosted Exchange without
Yes, however functionality will be
reduced and unfortunately, our technical team is
unable to support other mail clients so we will be unable to help
if anything goes wrong.
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