Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Standard extends the Exchange Server product line with an extensive collection of new technologies, features, and services. The aim is to support users and organisations in changing their work habits, with the focus shifting from communication to collaboration. At the same time, Exchange Server 2019 helps lower the total cost of ownership - whether you're deploying Exchange 2019 locally or deploying your mailboxes in the cloud.
Exchange Server 2019 is available in the Standard and Enterprise editions. The functionality of Exchange 2019 Standard and Enterprise is identical, the editions differ only in terms of scalability, i.e. how many mailbox databases they support.
The Standard Edition of Exchange Server supports up to 5 mailbox databases, the Enterprise Edition of Exchange Server 2019 up to 50 mailbox databases and is designed for larger organizations.
A separate server license is required for each instance of Exchange Server that runs. This applies regardless of whether the instance is executed in the physical operating system environment or in a virtual operating system environment. An instance is considered executed when the server software is loaded into memory and its instructions are executed.
Access licenses (Client Access License, CAL)
Access to the Exchange Server software requires an Exchange Server access license (not included in the shipment). This CAL can be assigned either to an accessing device or to an accessing user.
Device CAL: A device CAL licenses a device for use by any number of users who may access instances of the server software from that device.
User CAL: A user CAL entitles a specific user to use any number of devices, such as a company PC, private PC, mobile phone, etc., from which he may access the server software.
Use of additional functionalities
As with the server license, there are two editions of Exchange Server 2019 access licenses, Standard and Enterprise. However, the server license editions are not related to the CAL editions. While the editions of the server license refer to scalability, Exchange Server Standard CAL and Exchange Server Enterprise CAL differ in the features of the Exchange Server product to be operated.
In other words, each CAL edition entitles the user to access each server edition.
- Exchange Server 2019 Standard CAL, either licensed per user or per device, is required to access standard Exchange Server 2019 functionality such as email, calendar, and contacts.
- Exchange Server 2019 Enterprise CAL, either per user or per device, is required to access Exchange Server 2019 enterprise features such as unified messaging with voicemail, Exchange Online Protection for advanced virus and spam protection, integrated archiving functionality, and data loss protection.
Enterprise CALs always require a standard CAL.
Outlook desktop application
To use the Exchange Server services, an email desktop application, such as Microsoft Outlook, is required on the desktop side. Microsoft Outlook can be purchased as part of an Office suite.
Outlook from Office 365 ProPlus or Office Professional Plus is required to use certain Enterprise features of Exchange Server 2019, such as archiving. This functionality cannot be used with Outlook from another Office suite such as Office Standard.
Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Standard License
Microsoft license Open NL, volume license for companies
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64-bit, up to 5 mailbox databases
Multilingual (German, English, etc.)
Number of licenses:
Server license without clients
Purchase license, unlimited duration
Scope of delivery:
- Original product key for online activation of Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 Standard.
- Verified Highspeed Downloadlink to get the software fast & secure.
- Invoice in your name incl. VAT.
- Instructions for easy installation.
Note: This offer does not include a product key sticker (COA label). This offer is aimed at private individuals as well as companies, business customers, public authorities, organisations, schools, communities and churches.