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Can you help me with my software licensing question?

I remember that back in exchange 2003 the server license also allow installation of 50 outlook clients (or at least so I was told) Is there such licensing on the new exchange 2010?

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marked as duplicate by Scott Pack, sysadmin1138 Feb 11 '12 at 2:56

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Licensing questions are best directed to your local Microsoft rep or reseller, no one here can give an answer that's guaranteed to be correct. – RobM Nov 11 '10 at 9:43
I know, but I thought there is some "standard licensing" like the Server 1 real & 1 virtual machine license – SimSimY Nov 11 '10 at 9:54
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Outlook licenses are not incorporataed with a Exchange license. To use an exchange server with Outlook clients you will need:

  • An operating System license
  • Server CALS
  • An Exchange Server License
  • Exchange CALS or Exchange Enterprise CALS depending on the features you are using.
  • Outlook licenses

You might be able to buy a part of the cals needed together with the depending server. But you should really talk to an representative.

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Thank you. This is what I needed to know. – SimSimY Nov 11 '10 at 11:00

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