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Server 2003 licence user count

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Whats the correct way to count the users on a 2003 server (SBS2003), I have a client who have 10 users, but each user have 7 email address, plus 3 external users (access via webmail only) but they only have 1 email address, could some expert le me know the correct way to calculate the user numbers so I could buy the correct amount of licence ?
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NJComputerNetworksCommented:
http://www.microsoft.com/WindowsServer2003/sbs/evaluation/faq/licensing.mspx

Q. Do I need a CAL for Outlook Web Access or Remote Web Workplace?
 
A. Regardless of how you connect to the Windows Small Business Server 2003-based server, you need either device CALs or user CALs. If you have chosen device CALs, then your use of Outlook Web Access or Remote Web Workplace will consume a CAL.
 
You need 10 CALS...  (7 internal users + 3 external users)

SBS will give you 5 CALS with SBS by default.  So you have to buy 3 more... however, I think a 5 pack is the smallest you can get...
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