There are two license options for MacroView Mail - Free or Enterprise.
To view information on your current license status see License Information
MacroView Mail is free to save up to 15 emails per 30 days to SharePoint Online (Office 365), OneDrive for Business or Microsoft Teams.
The free license also allows you to insert an unlimited number of files as attachments or links from SharePoint Online (Office 365), OneDrive for Business or Microsoft Teams when using Outlook Web Access (OWA) or the Outlook rich client.
The number of remaining saves available in the current 30 day period is shown at the bottom of the screen when saving an email.
Each 30 day period commences from when the first email is saved and resets every 30 days. Once the 15 saves have been consumed you will not be able to save further emails until that 30 day period has elapsed or an enterprise license is obtained.
The free license includes basic support which includes access to information on the MacroView Help Center.
Organisations or individuals that require the ability to save unlimited numbers of files can obtain a MacroView Mail Enterprise licensed by contacting MacroView Services.
An Enterprise license allow users in your organisation to save an unlimited number of emails to SharePoint Online (Office 365), OneDrive for Business or Microsoft Teams.
It also allows you to insert an unlimited number of files as attachments or links from SharePoint Online (Office 365), OneDrive for Business or Microsoft Teams when using OWA or the Outlook rich client.
With an Enterprise license you can also point MacroView Mail at your Corporate Email Filing rules to have MacroView Mail automatically navigate to the save location associated with an emails attributes. See Minimizing the steps to save an email
An Enterprise license includes premium support which includes access to information and email support via the MacroView Help Center.
How to obtain an Enterprise license
If you do not already have a license key for other MacroView products you will first need obtain one from MacroView Services. Once you have your license key, you can then create an account on the MacroView Licensing website to activate and manage your license.
If your organisation already has other MacroView products licensed, you need to add a license for MacroView Mail to your existing license key by contacting MacroView Services. MacroView Services will then activate your MacroView Mail license so it is automatically picked up by your organisation's users.
Managing your Enterprise license
The MacroView Licensing website allows administrators to manage and refresh licenses for all their MacroView products including the MacroView Mail App.
See this article for more information on Managing licenses on the the MacroView License website.