If you are using CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 version 1.x or older, please consult this User's Manual.

Licensing
The application is licensed per user and licenses are sold in the following license packs: 10, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, 250, 350, 500, 625, 750, 875, 1000. More information on licensing can be found below.

Check current pricing

Do I have to renew the license annually?

No. Licenses for the software are perpetual. This means you are not obligated to renew it after 12 months. More, you have the right to update the application with all point upgrades regardless of the date of their release. For example, if you are a paid user of CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 1.0, you can upgrade with all installers versioned 1.x. But at the same time, if you like the features of the newer 2.0 version, you need to pay for the upgrade. More about updates and upgrades...

How many licenses do I need?

The program is installed on Hub Transport servers. To have disclaimers/signatures added to messages sent by all users, you need to purchase one or more license packs to include all users in your organization who will benefit from the footers. The number of (HUB) servers on which the mailboxes reside does not matter. However, while placing your order for a multiple server license, include this information in the comment box.

Do I need to buy the program for all mailboxes in the organization?

No. You can buy licenses only for selected users in the organization. Please read the article How to add signatures only to messages sent by selected users for clarification.

How many licenses do I need if I have several servers processing mail?

The number of licenses you need to purchase is not linked to the number of Hub Transport Servers in your organization. You need to purchase one or more license packs to include all users in your organization who will benefit from signatures/disclaimers in their email messages. The program must be installed and activated on each Hub Transport server. However, while placing your order for a multiple server license, include this information in the comment box.

Installing in a cluster environment

The number of licenses you need to purchase is not linked to the number of Hub Transport Servers in your organization. If you need to install the program in a cluster environment, you need to equip each node with CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 since each node is treated as a separate machine. You need to purchase one license pack that will include all users in your organization who will benefit from signatures/disclaimers in their email messages. While placing your order for a cluster license, include this information in the comment box.

Also, you need to remember that CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 must NOT be installed on a shared disk. The program must be installed on a local disk on each node.

I already have CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 1.0. How much is an upgrade?

The pricing for upgrading from version 1.0 can be found on the pricing page. The users who purchased CodeTwo Exchange Rules 1.0 within 3 months before the release of 2.0, can upgrade with no additional charge.

I already have CodeTwo Exchange Rules for Exchange Server 2000/2003/2007. How much do I pay to migrate to 2010?

This will depend on the version of CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2000/2003/2007 you are currently using.

In order to be eligible for a migration from CodeTwo Exchange Rules for Exchange Server 2000/2003 to CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2010 2.0, you need to be a user of CodeTwo Exchange Rules for Exchange 2003 for more than 3 months.

The pricing for migrating from CodeTwo Exchange Rules dedicated to Exchange Server 2000/2003/2007 can be found on the pricing for migration page.

If you are a user of CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2007 3.x, you will find the migration fees here.

Activation procedure

Once the order is completed, the user will receive a license key which will upgrade the program from the demo version to full version. More about activating to full version.

How many licenses are currently in use?

The number of currently used licenses can be checked in the licensing.log file, located in the Application Data folder of the Network Services user: C:\Windows\ServiceProfiles\NetworkService\Appdata\Roaming\CodeTwo\CodeTwoExchangeRules 2010\Licensing.

Extending licenses packs

If the number of licenses is not sufficient to add disclaimers to messages sent by all users, you can purchase a pack extension. Please go to the order form to learn the cost of extending your license pack.


Check current pricing

Read licensing agreement.