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Estimate licence cost for multi-tenant SBS 2011

Can anyone point me in the right direction to estimate the licence cost for multi-tenant SBS 2011?

It will likeley have 6 companies and a total of around 50 users. Also, is there an upper limit of companies/users?

The only aspect of SBS that that is important to this exersise is the availability of separate Global Address Lists for each company. Users from one company must not be able to see users from another company in GAL/network/ any other area.

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AkhaterCommented:
sbs does not support multi-tenant (or hosting) mode you will need to install the regular exchange version
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mk9Author Commented:
Is it possible just to have a number of GALs for diferent user groups?
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AkhaterCommented:
no address list segregation is not supported (yet?) on exchange 2010
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mk9Author Commented:
What about sbs 2011 essentials?
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AkhaterCommented:
sbs essentials doesn't have exchange at all, it is built to use Microsoft online services and microsoft online does support what you are looking for but, it would means you are going to be using a hosted version of exchange and not your own
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mk9Author Commented:
Thanks for your responses, Akhater. Do you mean hosted by microsoft themselves? Any idea of the licencing costs?
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AkhaterCommented:
yes it is hosted at microsot with office365

license is per user/month
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/office365/online-software.aspx#fbid=yNmn8Nvaxy8
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