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Exchange 2010 Enterprise CAL

Posted on 2010-08-23
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Hi,

Can I activate Exchange 2010 std CALs for 100 users now, then activate Exchange 2010 enterprise CALs next year when the budget is approved?
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server cal, yes, it is just the product key applied to the server
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Not the server CALs, the users CALs.
So if I license Exchange 2010 with 100 user "Standard" user/mailbox CALs now.  Can I apply 100 "Enterprise" CAL's later in the future to unlock the features such as Mailbox Archive, voicemail w/ unified messaging?
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I mean users CALs
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You can always upgrade the CALs but never downgrade
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