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cro.skulskipl

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Hi,

I have read the licence, some posts here (quite old - 2005) and the webpage. And I am still lost with the 'number of users' interpretation for pricing needs.

If I buy a "10-user" licence, what "10" stands for:
- number of users generated?
- number of mailboxes?
- Number of concurrent users, currently logged?

Hopefully it does NOT stand for a number of email addresses or aliases served...
Anyway - please help me to clarify this issue and preferably point me to some documentation on it.

Regards

Petros

[Updated on: Fri, 09 October 2009 13:50]

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freakinvibe

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My experience is that the licensing number stands for:

Number of mailboxes created on the system.

Only real mailboxes count (i.e. mailboxes that create a folder and can be logged into). So pure alias accouts that forward mails are not counted.

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