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    License Software Companies

    Hi Guys,

    Anyone know any good License Software Companies, for example they can sort all correct license stuff out.

    i.e. I have over 2000 users they all need email via web access and outlook, server is Exchange 2007, whats the best license type and way.

    Thanks!

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    Ramesys, Neil Atkins there has been good to us over the years.

    Although, Misco too have been good on the licensing front.

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    I have also used Pugh Computers - Education Software Licensing Specialist - Home Page and they have been good and relatively cheap in the past.

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    Another vote for Pugh

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    Ramesys all the way.

    We paid £86 for exchange in january- this was for 2007 but also covered 2003. Also got office 2007 cheap as chips.

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    wicked, does anyone off the top of there head know if the school was to upgrade from exchange 2003 to 2007 enterprise for 2000 pupils how does the license work for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe90bass View Post
    Another vote for Pugh
    Another here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanT View Post
    wicked, does anyone off the top of there head know if the school was to upgrade from exchange 2003 to 2007 enterprise for 2000 pupils how does the license work for that
    Not sure, but we've got about 1500 users. So it would be cheap whatever.

    E-mail Richard richard.morgan@ramesys.com. He's the school Software account manager.

    Just looked at the recent price list for winter 08, exchange standard edition is £84.70. PM me if you want me to forward their price list.

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    Would vote for pugh, but would suggest knowing exactly what you want first and explaining it to them and making sure they understand.

    Bought 4 2008 licenses and the product key didnt work, they spent the best part of 6 weeks figuring out why their 2003 key wouldnt work on 2008.

    Ramesys I asked for several quotes and not once did they ever get back to me once I had specified what I needed, after complaining to the manager I was told the amount (about £400) wasnt worth their time.

    ProBrand can help you with Microsoft licenses.



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