Microsoft Exchange 2010 Enterprise and Standard are the types of Microsoft exchange 2010. The 2010 version of the Microsoft exchange is very useful. It helps in managing the company's messaging activities. It also helps in providing management tools like contacts, calendar and tasks.
However, there are differences between the two types of Microsoft exchange 2010. One of the major differences between them is that, Microsoft exchange 2010 enterprise CAL comes with voice mail which gives you the opportunity to send messages without having to type them.
It also provides unified messaging, whereas the standard version of the Microsoft exchange does not have. Microsoft exchange 2010 enterprise comes with a server which can host up to 100 databases, while the standard version of Microsoft exchange 2010 can only host just five. The syncing policies of Microsoft exchange 2010 standard CAL are too complex, while enterprise exchange 2010 gives only the basic.
Standard and Enterprise are two types of Exchange Server 2010 editions. Hosted by Microsoft, Exchange Server 2010 is a messaging platform. The only difference between the two editions is how many databases they can hold. The database can be a mailbox or any type of public folder.
The Standard edition can hold 5, while the Enterprise can hold much more at 100 databases. This simple difference makes choosing an edition easier. If one needs 5 or fewer databases, the Standard will be suitable. However, if they need more than 5, but up to 100, the Enterprise edition will be suitable.