We performed a comparison between Microsoft Exchange and OpenText GroupWise based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Email Applications solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"Exchange is a robust system that is well suited for an enterprise environment. It's always up, and we hardly face any technical issues. Exchange has a web interface and integrates perfectly with Microsoft Outlook. This web interface can be easily used to change the passwords from the domain controllers."
"The most valuable feature of Microsoft Exchange is its communication capabilities."
"The solution can scale well."
"Exchange is very scalable, it's one of the most important things about this software."
"One of the most valuable features of Microsoft Exchange is its security."
"Microsoft Exchange is highly stable for the end-user systems. When we move to Office 365, it will be even more stable even. There's less administration required and it's very robust. We are really quite happy in using that."
"Our customers are satisfied with the features included in Microsoft Exchange."
"We've been using Exchange as an email platform. Our clients require multi-country, multi-regional email collaboration with controlled mail flow. The most valuable feature is the capability of message tracking and the protection of user data."
"The cost-effectiveness of the solution is most valuable."
"Very secure with great storage capacity."
"I like the ease of logging best in Micro Focus GroupWise. I also like its proxy capabilities from a user level. I also like how secure Micro Focus GroupWise is."
"The solution could be more secure."
"I would like to see Microsoft Exchange improve their documentation."
"The price of Microsoft Exchange could improve, it is priced high."
"I would like to see the search capability of the Outlook client improved"
"The management of .pst files and archiving need improvement."
"An area for improvement would be the convenience of working with Azure services from Exchange on-premise installations."
"Microsoft Exchange could improve by adding artificial intelligence."
"In our current situation, the disappearance of sanctions would be a tangible improvement. We are basically cut off from technical support and it's very difficult to obtain any updates."
"The WebAccess feature is somewhat lacking and could be improved."
"Their support can be improved. It is not as good as it used to be."
"What I don't like about Micro Focus GroupWise is the removal of the Unix client. Micro Focus took that function away about ten years ago because there wasn't enough demand for it."
Microsoft Exchange is ranked 1st in Email Applications with 48 reviews while OpenText GroupWise is ranked 10th in Email Applications with 3 reviews. Microsoft Exchange is rated 8.6, while OpenText GroupWise is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Microsoft Exchange writes "A good solution for large enterprises, but is expensive when compared to other solutions". On the other hand, the top reviewer of OpenText GroupWise writes "Very flexible and secure with excellent storage capacity". Microsoft Exchange is most compared with Zimbra Collaboration, KerioConnect, HCL Domino, Open-Xchange and ProtonMail, whereas OpenText GroupWise is most compared with Microsoft Exchange Online, Zimbra Collaboration and Google Workspace. See our Microsoft Exchange vs. OpenText GroupWise report.
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