Posts Tagged ‘Multi-Mailbox Search’
Exchange 2010 has three license types: server licenses, external connector licenses and client access licenses (CALs).
CALs come in two flavors: standard CALs and enterprise CALs. Standard CALs are designed to help users be more productive from any platform, browser or mobile device.
For more money, standard CAL users can add an Enterprise CAL to their Exchange setup. Enterprise CALs enable features targeted at reducing the costs and complexity associated with meeting compliance requirements and implementing Unified Messaging.
Prior to July 13, organizations that wanted to use Multi-Mailbox Search had to have both a standarad and enterprise CAL. But Microsoft has now changed that.
“We’ve heard your feedback on how you use this feature and the licensing requirements,” Bharat Suneja wrote in the Microsoft Exchange Team Blog. “Today we’re making a change to Exchange 2010 licensing so you’ll no longer require an Enterprise CAL for Multi-Mailbox Search.” Continue reading Scrapping Client Access Licensing for Multi-Mailbox Search Is a Welcomed Change
In Nino Bilic’s article, “help-us-understand-how-you-manage-your-discovery-mailboxes”, he asks for feedback from system administrators regarding how they manage their Exchange discovery mailboxes. Continue reading Discovery Mailboxes