Access your mails amidst the wildness of Amazon in Brazil
Brazil has enthralled vacationers with its white-sand beaches, creased with palm trees and facing a deep blue Atlantic. Dotting this coastline are tropical islands, music-filled metropolises and enchanting colonial towns. Brazil also lures travelers with its grandiose waterfalls, red-rock canyons, and crystal-clear rivers. And when talking about Brazil how can we forget about its most famous attractions, viz., the Amazon and the Pantanal, which is home to a diversity of wildlife, natural environments, and extensive natural resources in a variety of protected habitats. What more, Kayaking, rafting, trekking, snorkeling and surfing are just a few ways to spend a sun-drenched afternoon in nearly any region in Brazil. Nevertheless, whether you are travelling to Brazil or live and work there, it is extremely important that you can access your business email, whether Exchange 2010 hosting or an in-house older version of Microsoft Exchange Server with an MS Exchange provider. If you are carrying a BlackBerry, you would also like the ability to access your BlackBerry Exchange Server email on a mobile device or from an internet cafe.
The ability to access your hosted Exchange service on a mobile phone depends on 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.
Brazil is a country with a population of a 185,712,713 and the main spoken languages of the country includes Portuguese. The nice feature of Exchange Hosting is that it is available in multiple language packs allowing residents of Brazil to enjoy the use of hosted Exchange 2010 in their own language.
Vivo Participacoes, TIM Participacoes, Claro Brazil, and Oi are the leading wireless providers in Brazil. Thus, before synchronization your phone with Microsoft Exchange Server, you should check these providers’ websites to see the variety of pre-paid and post-paid data plans. If you are travelling from another country, you should check with your home country’s wireless provider as well if they have data roaming arrangements with Brazilian carriers.
If mobile access is too expensive or not available, you can always access your exchange emails from a browser or in an internet cafe using Outlook Web Access or Outlook Web App. If you are carrying a laptop, you can get WiFi or landline connections at Hotels, Internet cafes and Airports.
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