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How I know my Exchange 2007 Edittion?

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How I know my Exchange 2007 that which edition I have? Is it Standard Edition or Enterprise.
In Exchange Management Console if I go to Help > About Exchange Server 2007 then I got this informaion.

Exchange Server 2007
Microsoft Corporation
Version: 08.01.0240.006

But How I know is it Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition?
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I went on this link but there are no mention that how we can check Edition? version NO. I know but How i know what is edition of Exchange2007? Can you give me any other solution?
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From EMS run:
Get-Exchangeserver

This shows the server name, site, server role,build version and Edition
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