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Can you help me with my software licensing question?

I've Windows 2003 SBS and 40 CAL licenses for SBS. I also have Microsoft Exchange 2007 license for 2nd server which acts as front-end for Exchange (outbound/inbound emails come thru it and OWA works on it).

Does it require separate CAL's for Exchange 2007 even thou SBS has all mailboxes etc?

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marked as duplicate by Skyhawk, Shane Madden, mailq, Iain, Mark Henderson Nov 13 '11 at 0:40

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While SF can give you a decent idea, and more often than not a very good answer, the best place to ask these types of questions is to ask you licensing representative from Microsoft.

If i'm remembering my conversation with our rep a year ago or so, the answer is no you don't need 2x the cals.

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