Thus, you should request the Enterprise edition if your charity or organization is fairly large.
Other product functionality depends on whether you request Enterprise client access licenses (CALs) in addition to Standard CALs.
Both editions of Exchange Server 2016 require 64-bit (x64) hardware (Intel EM64T or AMD64), which makes more efficient use of memory and storage than 32-bit hardware.
Below are some of the major licensing requirements for Exchange Server: · For each server software license you assign, you may run, at any one time, one instance of the server software in one physical or virtual operating system environment on the licensed server.
For each instance of Exchange Server, you must also have a Windows Server license.
The Core CAL suite is only available with Software Assurance and includes Client Access Licences (per device or per user) for any previous, current & future versions of Windows Server, Exchange Server, Share Point Server, System Center Configuration Management Server and Forefront Endpoint Protection.
Both Standard and Enterprise CALs can be used with either server edition, but the Enterprise CALs can be used only in conjunction with Standard CALs to access certain Exchange Server features.
For more information, see the Licensing section below.
License Information This software may only be installed and used by Duke faculty and staff on Duke-owned computers on campus. Contact the Duke Technology Center for discounted licensing.
Server licenses and CALs are included in the agreement and approved Duke employees may install and run unlimited copies of licensed products (listed in the section below).