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Microsoft Exchnage Client Licenses

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I have an exchange server and wish to allow 30 users to connect to get their e mail. Do i need to buy a exchange client access license for each and how much are these and are they per year or a one off payment?
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by:Ernie Beek
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Well, prices depend on where you buy them.

For the rest, you need a CAL for each user you going to give a mailbox and that is a one time investement. Unless you upgrade exchange, then you will need to upgrade the licenses as well.
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Mark Galvin earned 500 total points
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Yes. You will need a license for each user. Cost is dependant on version of Exchange and which type (Enterprise or Standard) etc.

I did an implementation ecently of Echange 2010. We needed Enterprise. So we had to buy the Standard license for each user (£50) + the Enterprise license (£30). So £80 per user.

You need to find a reseller and get  quote from them.
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by:Mark Galvin
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Oh, and its a life time license - for that version of Exchange.
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