The main attraction of Uruguay are its famous cities like Colonia Del Sacramento, Punta Del Este and Montevideo. Nevertheless, Punta Del Diablo and Maldonado did maintain their beauty but are no longer considered the jewel of the country, as they considered once upon a time. Also, in the interior (gaucho central Tacuaremb, for example) and the river towns, and particularly in the non-summer months, there’s still a pretty good chance that you’ll be the only gringo in town.
However, Alas! amidst enjoying these beautiful places of Uruguay, you can’t leave your professional life behind and keep yourselves always on toe with regards to checking mails, addressing issues, etc. But how will you do it? Here is the answer! Setting up your phone with Microsoft Exchange Server!
By synchronizing your phone with Hosted Exchange Server, you can get easy access to your mails on phone. However, before synchronizing with Exchange mail hosting, you must check whether you are carrying a mobile device that can access the local wireless provider, the data plans offered by the provider, and the proper configuration of your device. Also being a non-native of Uruguay, in order to avail the use of MS Exchange, you should first check with your home country’s local wireless providers whether they provide the roaming arrangements with the Uruguay’s carriers.
Moreover, also don’t forget to check with Uruguay’s wireless providers about their various schemes and offers that they provide. ANTEL is the biggest wireless provider of Uruguay. Another good news for the natives of Uruguay is that they can access virus and spam free hosted Exchange Email features in their own Spanish language. The Exchange 2010 hosting is available in multiple language packs.
If mobile access is too expensive or not available, you can always access your Exchange email from a browser or in an internet caf using Outlook Web Access or Outlook Web App. If you are carrying a laptop, you can get Wi-Fi or landline connections at Hotels, Internet cafes and Airports.