Exchange server CALs - Description
What are Exchange Server CALs?
Exchange Server CALs (Client Access Licenses) are licenses that grant users or devices the right to access and use Exchange Server. CALs are required in addition to the Exchange Server license and regulate client access to the software. With Exchange Server CALs, organizations can ensure compliance with licensing requirements while allowing authorized users or devices to connect to and utilize the features of Exchange Server. CALs provide businesses with the flexibility to scale their client access as needed, accommodating varying numbers of users or devices accessing the server. By obtaining the appropriate number of CALs, organizations can enable seamless communication, collaboration, and email management, empowering their workforce with the tools they need for efficient and effective communication within the organization.
|FEATURES||Exchange 2019||Exchange 2016|
|Outlook client||2019, 2016, 2013||2016, 2013|
|Windows Server support||2019, 2016||2016, 2012 R2|
|Maximum processor count||48||24|
|Cancel meetings using Out of Office||✅||✕|
|Set default end date||✅||✕|
|Search Indexes within database||✅||✕|
|Mailbox Server Roles||✅||✅|
|Outlook on the Web||✅||✅|
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