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Microsoft Small Business 2011 copies of Outlook

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi,
I wanted to know whether when you purchase SBS 2011 with the relevant User\device CAL's, are you entitled to any copies of outlook?
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No.  Outlook was included with SBS 2003, but starting with SBS 2008, Outlook is no longer included with your SBS CALs (the argument I've heard is that OWA is so much better, you no longer really "need" Outlook... not saying I agree or disagree... just the argument I've heard).
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