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Do iphone and other exchange compatable phones require a exchange CAL

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Do iphone and other exchange compatable phones require a Exchange CAL or SBS CAL?
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No, they do not need an additional cal. thats all implemented in the mailbox cal for the spezific user
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Hey,

The previous poster is partially correct, but it ultimately depends on which CAL model you are following. If you are using Per Device CALs, then an additional Exchange-integrated PDA device WILL require an additional CAL, as it as another device accessing the server.

If you follow the more common route of per-user licensing, you do not need additional CALs, provided the user(s) accessing their mailbox from the PDA already have an Exchange CAL assigned to them.

-Matt
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