Microsoft Exchange Server / Microsoft Windows 2003 Server

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Good morning to all, and happy Holidays. I have a question in regards to CAL licenses. If I have a Windows 2003 server, and want to install a Microsoft Exchange Server, do I need seperate CAL licenses for both? If the server will be used only for Echange, will getting Exchange Server Licenses be sufficient?
ASKED: December 14, 2004  9:30 AM
UPDATED: December 14, 2004  2:04 PM

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I am not sure about that, but I beleive you only neeed the exhange licenses since they are not accessing shares on the server. My question would be how many users? how many server. At some point it is better to go by seat then client.

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  • Nickolaii
    As far as I know you would definitely need the CALS for the Exchange server mailboxes. As for accessing those mailboxes, your environment would have to have CALS for AD if you are in an Active Dir. Domain Environment. If this is true, would you not need CALS for those clients wishing to connect to the exchange server or to logon to the network to access the network resources such as email, shared directories, printers, etc. Hope it helps. Niikolai
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