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How do I find out the number of licenses?

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We have a server running Exchange 5.5 in our office.  We currently have 5 users with mailboxes on our system.  We want to add another, but I'm not sure we have enough licenses for it.  How can I check to see how many licenses we have?  Do you need a license for every mailbox on the server?... or every Outlook that is connected to the server? I'm not sure how this licensing stuff works.


Thanks for the help.
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Check the license manager on your server, under Administrative Tools. You need to have a client access license for each user that hits your Exchange Server.
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I don't have a "License Manager" under administrative tools.  This is Windows NT 4 if that helps at all.
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Pull up Exchange Server.  I believe it is listed under Help-About.  There is a per-seat and a per-mailbox mode.  There is plenty of help at http://www.ats.ucla.edu/software/agreements/Microsoft/MS_SCA.htm
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