So if I get Exchange conferencing server, I dont get "Exchange" in the 
workgroup/mail/collaboration sense?


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From:  Don Ely Subject:  RE: Exchange Conferencing Server   
Conversation:  Exchange Conferencing Server 
Separate beast all together...


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there first". (Mark Twain)

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Carlson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, December 18, 2001 11:16 AM
To: Exchange Discussions
Subject: Exchange Conferencing Server

Is Exchange Conferencing Server a seperate product or a add on for Exchange

We are looking to implement Exchange Conferencing but we were unsure if it
required a purchase of Exchange 2000 or if when you bought Conferencing
Server it came with a license for Exchange?

Microsofts website states that Exchange 2k standard is $699 (w/o cals) and
conferencing is $3999 (w/o cals).

If we buy Exchange standard at $699 now, but in 6 months want to implement
conferencing, will we have to pay another $3999?


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