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CAL Licensing for Exchange 2003 mailbox servers mixed with 2007 CAS and HT

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In an environment where an end user goes through an Exchange 2007 CAS and/or Exchange 2007 HT server but has their mailbox hosted on an Exchange 2003 Mailbox server, is that user required to have an Exchange 2007 CAL?  I would assume so but thought I would see if anyone knows for sure.
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Yes, you will need a 2007 Standard CAL for your end users in that scenario.
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I did also contact MS pre-sales and confirmed this.  Thanks!
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