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TelstraClear offers free email package to ChCh businesses

06 Apr 11

TelstraClear has partnered with Delta Technology Solutions to offer a Mail Protection Service to businesses based in Christchurch that have been impacted by the earthquake. 


The service is being offered for free until the end of September 2011.


"Your email will be stored and available online via a secure Web Portal for businesses until your email servers are back online,” says TelstraClear.


Once businesses are back online, the service will continue and include free mail archiving to the end of September. 


"This gives you more time to transition back into business knowing your critical mail communication is safe,” the company added. 


You can find more details here

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