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Quick one: With regard to licensing Exchange, we have 120 days grace 
Do you know  if you leave it till then, do you get the 120 days as extra?
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>>do you get the 120 days as extra?

What do you mean?  If you wait for day 119 and then put the license in will it give you extra time?

Exchange licenses are not timed - are you talking about Software Assurance?  That will be from date of purchase
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