Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Standard CAL - License
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- Microsoft Exchange 2010 Standard
- Installation Method: Digital Download
- Estimated Delivery Time: 3 - 5 Business Days
- Users Supported: 1 Local User
- Devices Supported: 1 Server + 1 Concurrent Local Connection per User License, Unlimited Devices per User License
- Installations Supported: Unlimited Connecting Device Installations per User License
- License Type: Perpetual
- License Term: Indefinite
- Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
- Brand: Microsoft
- Manufacturer Part Number: 381-03108
- GTIN: 5054484059592
- CALs Included: 1 User CAL
- Platform Supported: Windows
- Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
- Minimum Hard Drive Space: 1.2 GB
- Minimum Memory: 2 GB
- Minimum Processor Speed: 300 MHz
Microsoft Exchange 2016 Standard User CAL - Open License
Client Access Licenses (CALs) serve as a safety measure to prevent unauthorized access to servers.
Access the server
If your business is using the latest version of Microsoft Exchange, you will need the Microsoft Exchange 2016 Standard User CAL Open License to access the server. These licenses are assigned to one person and each person on your team will need one to use Exchange. The open license nature of this user CAL means it is part of the Microsoft Volume Licensing program. The program is designed for businesses with between two and 250 that purchase licenses on an as-needed basis as opposed to buying in bulk.
Advantages of Microsoft Exchange 2016 Standard
Data loss prevention
Exchange 2016 has data loss prevention with more sensitive information types.
Exchange 2016 has enhanced auditing for better reporting and easier integration with third-party apps.
Exchange 2016 architecture
With Exchange 2016, we reduced the number of server roles to two:
The Mailbox server
Edge Transport server roles
The Mailbox server in Exchange 2016
The Mailbox server in Exchange 2016 includes all of the server components from the Exchange 2013 Mailbox and Client Access server roles:
The Mailbox server handles all activity for the active mailboxes on that server. Mailbox services include all the traditional server components found in the Exchange 2013 Mailbox server role:
The Client Access protocols
Client Access services
Client Access services provide authentication, limited redirection, and proxy services. Client Access services don't do any data rendering and offer all the usual client access protocols: HTTP, POP and IMAP, and SMTP.
Along with the new Mailbox role, Exchange 2016 now allows you to proxy traffic from Exchange 2013 to Exchange 2016 in addition to Exchange 2016 to Exchange 2013. This new flexibility gives you more control in how you move to Exchange 2016 without having to worry about deploying enough front-end capacity to service new Exchange 2016 servers.
The Edge Transport role
The Edge Transport role is typically deployed in your perimeter network, outside your internal Active Directory forest, and is designed to minimize the attack surface of your Exchange deployment.
Internet mail flow
All messages sent to the Internet from inside the organization are routed to Edge Transport servers after the messages are processed by the Transport service on the Exchange 2016 Mailbox server.
In Exchange 2016, antispam features provide services to block unsolicited commercial email (spam) at the network perimeter.
Edge Transport rules
Edge Transport rules are used to control the flow of messages sent to or received from the Internet. Edge Transport rules are configured on each Edge Transport server to help protect corporate network resources and data by applying an action to messages meeting specified conditions.
Address rewriting presents a consistent email address appearance to external recipients. You configure address rewriting on Edge Transport servers to modify the SMTP addresses on inbound and outbound messages.
More About Microsoft Exchange 2016 Standard Open License User CAL
If your business is using the latest version of Microsoft Exchange, you will need the Microsoft Exchange 2016 Standard User CAL Open License to access the server. Client Access Licenses (CALs) serve as a safety measure to prevent unauthorized access to servers. These licenses are assigned to one person and each person on your team will need one to use Exchange. The open license nature of this user CAL means it is part of the Microsoft Volume Licensing program. The program is designed for businesses with between two and 250 that purchase licenses on an as-needed basis as opposed to buying in bulk. This version of exchange has the latest security measures in place to make communication a very safe endeavor, especially since more people are using tablets, laptops and cell phones to send emails as opposed to exclusively sending them while working on a PC. Exchange 2016 has data loss prevention with more sensitive information types and enhanced auditing for better reporting and easier integration with third-party apps.
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it is a really good and flexible software that lets you share information with the chosen people. Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Standard CAL is now our primary (and only) email solution for our entire origination across multiple continents. The reason we switched to Exchange from Notes, is because Exchange provides up-to-date email technology, redundancy/failover, low cost of ownership, scalability and excellent performance.
In a nutshell, Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Standard CAL is well suited to any organization that uses email. This includes Exchange on-premises or hosted on Office 365. In my experience, it bests any other email solution in performance, cost of ownership, reliability, and redundancy, and ease of use for end-users. On-prem Exchange might less appropriate for very small organizations, but those can easily be set up on Office 365. the price is not so low, but it is worth the safety and communication.
Flexibility of user interface: for me, being able to completely customize the commands and layout of the ribbon menu is a huge productivity booster. I surface the functions I need to use often, and hide the rest. Setting up meetings and appointments, and color-coding them so I can see at-a-glance what my day is going to look like. Pop-up reminders for meetings are absolutely invaluable, and without them I have a hard time making the meetings I've committed to attending.