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  1. #1
    Reinhardt Guest

    Which edition?


    How can I prove to a customer that they are running the Enterprise edition
    of Exchange 5.5?

    There seems to be no obvious distinction between Standard and Enterprise
    at a glance.

    Thanks.

  2. #2
    Philip Flint Guest

    Re: Which edition?


    "Reinhardt" <radendorff@hotmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >How can I prove to a customer that they are running the Enterprise edition
    >of Exchange 5.5?
    >
    >There seems to be no obvious distinction between Standard and Enterprise
    >at a glance.
    >
    >Thanks.



    The following describes what ships with each version

    Exchange Server 5.5 Editions
    Exchange Server 5.5 comes in two editions, Standard and Enterprise, which
    include the following components:

    Exchange Server 5.5 Standard Edition

    Exchange Server 5.5
    Microsoft Outlook® 2000 client
    Microsoft Mail Connector
    Internet Mail Service (formerly Internet Mail Connector)
    cc:Mail Connector
    Exchange Connector
    Notes Connector
    Active Server Components (formerly Web X)
    Internet News Service (formerly NNTP)
    Microsoft Visual InterDev® integrated Web application development system



    Exchange Server 5.5 Enterprise Edition
    Same components as Standard Edition, plus:
    Unlimited storage
    X.400 Connector
    IBM OfficeVision/VM/SNADS Connectors (requires Microsoft SNA Server)
    Microsoft Cluster Server support (requires Microsoft Windows NT® Enterprise
    Edition)


    As you can see, if they have not got an X400 connector installed, this would
    indicate that its server edition - if an X400 connector is installed and
    they have a separate license for it (tell them to check their licensing)
    then its the server edition. Also, server edition has a 16Gb limit on the
    private and public information stores - if you "up" the amount of logging
    by event viewer it will show if there is a limit set on the IS - if there
    is, its server edition

    Hope this helps

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