During the ProExchange user group meeting last week Steven talked about the Exchange 2007 versions and did mention a bit about Exchange 2007 licensing. This is how it normally will be:

There will be two Exchange 2007 Server versions

Standard Edition

  • 5 Databases
  • Log Replication
  • No Storage Limit

Enterprise Edition

  • 50 Databases
  • Log Replication
  • Clustering

You will be able to upgrade from the Standard Edition to Enterprise edition without reinstalling the software.

We will also introduce a new user Cal, the Enterprise Cal. From now on you will be able to choose between Standard User Cal and Enterprise user Cal.

The standard user cal is very much like todays cal with some aditional features like Org-wide policy management, improved anti spam and enhance mobile security.

The enterprise user cal will have some additional offerings like Unified messaging, managed e-mail folders, forefront for Exchange offering and Exchange Hosted services.