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    Default two networ edition mailbox type in same server.

    Hi all.
    We have a new cuestion.
    In our mailbox server we have two type of network edition user , standard and profesional.
    These configuration is posible, but how to implementing this configuraion over gal. ?? or is necesary two mailbox instance in same mailserver.
    Thank´s in advance.

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    How do the users differ ? What capabilities should one have compared to the other ?

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    Default diferent license user.

    Hi.
    The diference is the license
    Thank´s

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    You will not be able to apply two different license types to your server so will have to go multiple mailbox instead.

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