Description Exchange Server Standard Edition is email and personal information management software that runs on Windows Server. It provides a collaboration environment for secure messaging inside and outside an organization. The Standard Edition is designed for small-to-medium-sized organizations and is limited to five mailbox databases.This donation provides one Standard Edition server license. Larger organizations should consider Exchange Server Enterprise Edition. For additional information about Exchange Server and the server and client licensing requirements, see the Guide to Exchange Server Editions and Licensing.Which Versions of This Software Are Available?You can choose to download the current version or the previous version of this software. You can find out which version is the current one on the Current Versions of Microsoft Products page. In addition, you can download the software in any language that's available.Benefits for OrganizationsIf you have network administration experience, you can use Exchange Server toReduce costs by consolidating communications servicesSpend less time maintaining server settingsMajor Capabilities Simplified management: A unified, web-based management console simplifies on-premises, online, and hybrid Exchange deployments. Unified messaging: Users can receive email, voicemail, and faxes through a single inbox that can be accessed from anywhere, including on mobile and web clients. Inbox protection: Integrated antivirus, anti-spam and anti-phishing technologies stop the latest threats. Database recovery: Administrators can configure database availability groups of up to 16 mailbox servers for automatic recovery from database-level failures. Obtaining This ProductInstalling this product requires you to download the software from the Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC) and enter a license key. You can download any available version or language for your product.The license key allows you to install the product on as many computers as you have received licenses for. This quantity is specified in the email you receive from TechSoup after we approve your request.Expect two emails:When your donation request has been approved, TechSoup will send a message to your organization email address. This email will confirm the number of licenses you have requested and provide information about how to use the VLSC once Microsoft accepts your license agreement. Make sure the email address in your organization details is up to date in your account.Three to five business days after your request is approved, Microsoft will send an email welcoming your organization to the VLSC. This email will indicate that Microsoft has accepted your license agreement. After you receive this email, you'll be able to follow the steps in the first email you received from TechSoup to obtain your donation through the VLSC.Software AssuranceUnder the Software Assurance program, you have the right to install any new release of products covered in the agreement during the term of your coverage.