How to license MailEnable and registration errors that may be encountered.
How do I license MailEnable?
Firstly, MailEnable Standard Edition is provided free of charge, there is no need to register this application with MailEnable. It can be used for personal or commercial use without a license fee being paid. MailEnable Professional and Enterprise Editions are licensed on a per server basis.
There are two primary ways
that you can register/license these versions:
For Computers Connected to the Internet:
When MailEnable Professional
or Enterprise is installed, a Registration Wizard is installed under the
MailEnable program group. This Registration Wizard queries the system and
submits registration details to the licensing server. An Internet
connection is required to use this utility to register MailEnable. A
number of payment mechanisms ranging from online-credit card payments to faxed
purchase orders are available. If you register using online credit card details,
MailEnable will immediately acquire a registration key and register it with the
server. However, if you choose any other payment mechanism, it simply lodges
your registration request with the payment server (assuming that you will
reconcile payment by fax or purchase order). Once MailEnable receives
notification of payment mechanism, your license key will be generated and mailed
to the nominated e-mail address.
For Computers not connected to the Internet:
If the server you wish to
license is not connected to the Internet, you can order MailEnable via MailEnable's web site. Once
this has been processed your license key will be generated and mailed to the
designated e-mail address. The license key that you receive must be manually
entered into the registration utility (located under the Mail Enable program
group on your server). If you select to use the registration wizard it
automatically detect the CPU count and will facilitate the licensing
NOTE: When specifying the CPU count, make sure you do not exceed the CPU reissue count limit of 3. If this happens you will need to contact support for assistance.
If you receive a REG-004 error during the licensing process, it is indicating that either the CPU count does not match or the license key is invalid or doesn't match. The following article explains how to resolve the issue: Article ME020316
If you receive REG-002 error, this means that the current user logged on the machine hasn't got rights to write to a registry setting needed for the license key. The following article explains how to resolve this issue: Article ME020172
MailEnable Licensing Policy see: http://www.mailenable.com/licensing/
Obtaining an updated license key for a new server or server configuration: Article ME020267
Licensing FAQ: Article ME020353
What happens when Professional or Enterprise Edition Expires?: Article ME020149
Any further queries on licensing or registration can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Product:||MailEnable (Pro-Any Pro-1.X Ent-Any Ent-1.X)|
|Class:||HOWTO: Product Instructions|
|Created:||6/08/2002 10:23:00 PM|
|Revised:||Wednesday, May 4, 2016|