The two options in this area are purchasing CALs or purchasing the Windows Connector and the Exchange Connector. These products basically give unlimited access to a server for clients who do not have a license. These are designed for corporations to provide vendors access to internal networks.
James R. Dalton
From: Donald Spicer [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Thu 6/23/2005 7:58 PM
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Subject: Re: [CIO] Outlook 2003 Client on students' personal computers
I believe that the Outlook client is a product with an associated fee. One would need a Microsoft software bundle that includes appropriate Client Access Licenses (CALs). That might decide the issue for some based on licensing costs.
On Jun 23, 2005, at 3:22 PM, Maggie Deming wrote:
Do any of you offer Exchange 2003 to your students? If you do, do you distribute the Outlook 2003 client for installation on personally owned computers; do you offer support for various end-user clients; or do you depend solely on (recommend) Outlook Web Access for home users?
I sent this message to the ACM SIGUCCS list. I apologize if you receive this question twice.
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