There aren’t many countries with so much water and wind, or so many boats, sails, bikes, birds, dykes, polders, windmills, flowers, fish, bridges, cafes. Yes, the Netherlands is a country full of life and fun. Its capital, Amsterdam, is a place full of culture, coffee shops and canals. Its mesmerizing beauty is hard to overestimate. Haarlem, Groningen City, Rotterdam, Utrecht City, Den Haag, Leiden, Delft, Maastricht – the list of beautiful places seems to be endless and mind-boggling considering the size of this small nation.
Nevertheless, amidst this beauty and fun, there are chances that your boss may want you to reply to some important mail that has arrived in your Outlook. So, in this case, what will you do? Simple! Just synchronize your mobile device with Microsoft Exchange Server.
If you synchronize your phone with MS Exchange Server, accessing your mails on phone becomes easier. 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-resident of the Netherlands, 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 Netherland’s carriers.
Also, you should check with the Netherland’s wireless providers about their various schemes and offers that they provide. T-Mobile NL is the largest wireless provider in the Netherlands. So, checking their websites for their offers would be a great thing.
The Netherlands has an estimated population of 16,491,852 and the official language of the country is Dutch, which is spoken by the vast majority of the inhabitants. Even the local Dutch speaking population of the Netherlands can access the Exchange Server hosting feature that too in their own Dutch language