Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 licensing demystified

Learn how Exchange Server 2007 licensing works, including Client Access License (CAL) options and what it'll cost you to keep your email environment legal.

Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 licensing requirements can be confusing. Make sure your Exchange 2007 licensing knowledge is up-to-date with the resources in this fast guide. Learn about the licensing changes that have been made to Microsoft's latest Exchange Server version, the differences between Standard Client Access Licenses (CALs) and Enterprise CALs, and how to determine what licensing structure you need to keep your email environment legal.

Exchange Server 2007 licensing FAQs
Get your Exchange Server 2007 licensing questions answered in this Microsoft FAQ. Whether you're looking for pricing information or clarification on Software Assurance, start your Exchange 2007 licensing studies here.

Exchange Server 2007 licensing explained
Exchange Server 2007 licensing options have been significantly changed. In this TechRepublic tip, get an overview of the licensing factors you must consider when migrating to Exchange Server 2007, including a straightforward explanation of the server and Client Access Licenses (CALs) you'll need.

Exchange Server 2007 client access licenses
Exchange Server 2007 is offered in two Client Access License (CAL) editions: Standard CAL and Enterprise CAL. This Microsoft article will help you evaluate which CAL version will best fit your Exchange Server 2007 environment.


David Sengupta
David Sengupta
Didn't find what you were looking for?
Pose a question to our
Exchange Server experts,
David Sengupta and Bharat Suneja.

You can also browse our
Microsoft Exchange Server Licensing Reference Center, and
IT Knowledge Exchange.

Bharat Suneja
Bharat Suneja

Dig Deeper on Exchange Server setup and troubleshooting

Start the conversation

Send me notifications when other members comment.

Please create a username to comment.