Microsoft Exchange Server Enterprise 2016 (Non-Profit License)

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Enterprise Edition is the world's leading e-mail and contact information integration software that runs on Windows Server. It allows users to securely send e-mail messages and has a limit of up to five mailbox databases.

    This license provides the Enterprise edition of the Microsoft Exchange server and five client access licenses (CALs). For additional licensing information, refer to the 'Licensing' information below. More client access licenses may also be purchased.

    Benefits for Non-Profits and Churches

    Use Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Enterprise to:

    • Provide your organization with a robust communications service on a large scale
    • Integrate e-mail messaging with important contacts and scheduled tasks on a large scale
    • Generate up to 50 mailbox databases

     

    Major Capabilities

    • Unified management console: A simplified console makes it easy for your network administrators to perform on-premises, online, and hybrid Exchange deployments. a simplified console makes it easy for your network administrators to perform on-premises, online, and hybrid Exchange deployments.
    • Consolidated messaging system: Your users can receive emails, voicemails, and faxes through a single easily accessible inbox or via their mobile device.
    • Inbox protection: Phishing, malware, and viruses are stopped in their tracks with the latest integrated antivirus shields in place. 
    • Database back-up and recovery: Up to 16 mailbox servers can be configured to deliver automatic recovery in instances of database-level failures.

     

    Downgrade Rights

    By purchasing Microsoft Exchange Server 20163 Enterprise, you are also eligible to install prior versions of the application at no additional cost (i.e. you can install Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 and 2010). 

     

    Client Access Licenses (CALs)

    An Exchange Server device or user CAL is required for each device or user accessing or using the server software. Exchange Server Standard comes with 5 CALs by default; additional CALs can be purchased separately.

     

    Licensing

    Exchange Server is a server application to be used in conjunction with a server operating system. For each instance of Exchange Server, you must also have a Windows Server license.