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License Definitions

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This article describes the licensing definitions for Barracuda Cloud-to-Cloud Backup (CCB).

A customer is required to hold a Barracuda Cloud-to-Cloud Backup license for each of the following situations:

Microsoft Exchange Online

  • Each user with an active Microsoft/Office 365 paid plan for Exchange that you back up requires a CCB license.
    • Shared mailboxes that do not hold an Office 365 paid plan do not require a CCB license.
      • Microsoft requires a license for shared mailboxes larger than 50GB. As such, CCB also requires a license for any shared mailboxes over 50GB.
    • Shared mailboxes that hold a paid Office 365 plan require a CCB license.
    • For EDU customers, students with a paid Office 365 plan do not require a CCB license.
    • Archive mailboxes enabled on users with valid plan do not require a CCB license.

Microsoft OneDrive for Business

  • Each user with an active Microsoft/Office 365 paid plan for OneDrive that you backup requires a CCB license.

Microsoft SharePoint Online

  • Each user in the Microsoft/Office 365 tenant that has been granted access to a SharePoint site that you back up requires a CCB license.
  • Users external to the organization will be excluded from the backup.

Microsoft Teams

  • Each user in the Microsoft/Office 365 tenant that has been granted access to Microsoft Teams sites that you back up requires a CCB license.
  • Users external to the organization will be excluded from the backup.
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