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How can you tell what version of Exchange you are using?

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How can you tell what version of Exchange you are using?  I want to know what SP it is using for 2003 Exchange SErver.
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Hi,

Open System Manager > Expand your admin group if you have this turned on > Expand Servers > Right click the server and select properties.

You should see the version number here 6.5 is Exchange 2003.

See this to see if your using Standard or Enterprise - http://www.petri.co.il/what's_my_exchange_2000_2003_version.htm
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Yes, but I need to know what Service Pack it is running.
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The service pack is displayed right next to the verison number under System Manager.

i.e. Version 6.5 (Build 7638.2 Service Pack #)
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