So which is it? 5 or 15 licenses? Both are mentioned in the web page.

http://www.blackberry.com/products/s...ickstart.shtml

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What does the Offer Include?

The BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Novell GroupWise Quick Start
Edition Offer includes the following:

point 2 > *Five* free Client Access Licenses (CALs) to apply to the
BlackBerry® Enterprise Server
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Yet under the note section ...

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**The BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Novell GroupWise Quick Start
Edition, is a fully functional version of the enterprise-grade
BlackBerry Enterprise Server v4.1. The Quick Start Edition however, is
limited to a maximum *15* CALs. If you wish to go beyond 15 CALs, you
may purchase an upgrade key, which will enable your organization to add
more CALs. You will not be required to re-install your server software
and your existing CALs will continue to function normally. When adding
CALs or upgrading, it is important to ask for SBE BlackBerry Enterprise
Server Small/Medium Business Edition CALs and Upgrade at time of
purchase. This is important as these are the CALs and Upgrade which
will work with the BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Novell GroupWise
Quick Start Edition
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Looks like RIM/BB can't get it straight. And what do CAL's have to do
with it? No M$ licensing involved here right?