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Exchange Server All Languages License/Software Assurance Pack MVL

£58.01 with Free Delivery
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  • Quick Find Code: K828168
  • Manufacturers SKU: 312-02177

Product Description

School Agreement Subscription is suitable for primary and secondary schools looking for a simple and flexible subscription licensing agreement. The minimum requirement for this agreement is 50 units (the number of products multiplied by the number of PCs). You can buy School Agreement Subscription by contacting our sales department. Please contact our sales department for more details on how your School can benefit and save money by using the Microsoft School Agreement Subscription scheme.

Main Features:

  • Security and Privacy - To uphold the tenets of the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing initiative, Exchange 2003, along with Windows Server 2003, is committed to be secure by design, secure by default, and secure in deployment
  • Distribution lists restricted to authenticated users. You can allow only sending from authenticated users or specify which users can or cannot send mail to specified distribution lists
  • Support of real-time Safe and Block lists. Reduce the amount of unsolicited mail delivered to your organization with connection filtering
  • Inbound recipient filtering. Reduce unsolicited e-mail messages by filtering inbound messages based on the recipient. Messages that are addressed to users that are not found, or to whom the sender does not have the permissions to send, are rejected. This
  • Kerberos authentication between a front-end and back-end server. To help ensure that credentials are secure, Exchange 2003 uses Kerberos delegation when sending user credentials between a front-end server, such as Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access or Ou
  • Privacy protection in Outlook and Outlook Web Access. By default, content from outside your network is blocked in Outlook 2003 and Outlook Web Access. This feature helps prevent spammers from identifying valid e-mail addresses through links to external co
  • Virus Scanning API 2.5. Third-party antivirus products can run on servers running Exchange 2003 that do not have resident Exchange mailboxes and are allowed to delete and send messages to the sender
  • Antispam integration with Outlook 2003 and Outlook Web Access. You can upload the Safe and Block Senders List to Exchange 2003 for filtering
  • Clustering security. Exchange 2003 clustering supports Kerberos authentication against an Exchange virtual server. Exchange 2003 also supports Internet Protocol security (IPSec) between front-end servers and clustered back-end servers running Exchange
  • Administrative permissions. Cross-forest support and the ability to administer both Exchange 2000 and Exchange 2003 helps organizations that have segmented the administration of their Microsoft Windows-based environment and Exchange environment into two u
  • Restricted relaying. You can restrict relaying to a limited number of security principles through the standard Windows 2000 discretionary access control list (DACL). The ability to grant relaying to an IP address is still present
  • Restricted submissions. You can restrict submissions to a limited number of security principles through the standard Windows 2000 DACL. This feature helps prevent blocked senders from sending to internal-only distribution lists by spoofing, which is the p
  • Public folder permissions for unknown users. Folders with distinguished names in access control lists that cannot be resolved to security identifiers drop the unresolvable distinguished names
  • Public folder store replication. Public folder servers replicate with local servers for updates even if the local servers do not have the full set of replication content that they need. You can use a registry key to identify the first server that is used
  • Reliability - Deep integration of Exchange 2003 with Windows Server 2003 provides several capabilities that enhance the reliability of the IT environment
  • Performance - The performance gains in Exchange 2003 can help your company to consolidate and centralize your messaging servers and realize a greater return on your IT investments
  • Administration - Save time and increase productivity
  • Deployment - Upgrading, migrating, and deploying Exchange 2003 is easier and faster
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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Minimum Processor Requirements 133 MHz
Recommended Processor Requirements 500 MHz or higher
Minimum Memory Requirements 256MB
Recommended Memory Requirements 512MB
Media Requirement CD-ROM Drive
Minimum Storage Requirements 500MB
Minimum Display Requirements 800 x 600, 256 colours (recommended: High Colour 16-bit)
Technical Notes Disk partitions must be formatted for the NTFS file system, not the FAT file system. This requirement applies to: System partition, Partition storing Exchange binaries, Partitions containing transaction log files, Partitions containing database files, Partitions containing other Exchange files
LICENSING Version Non-specific
Subscription Period (Years) 1
Division Name .Net Enterprise Server Apps
Product Type School Agreement Subscription: License/Software Assurance Pack
Volume Level No Level
Unit Count Non-specific
Language All Languages
Operating System Group Win NT
Pool Servers
Offering Faculty
Product Family Exchange Server - Standard
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