How can I tell if my Exchange 2003 server is on SP2?

How can I tell if my excahnge server 2003 is on SP2?
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One of the easiest ways is to run Exchange Best Practices Analyzer:
This will tell you the service pack your running and much more information about the status of Exchange.
I hope this helps. Good luck.

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Even easier is to look in Exchange System Manager which is already installed on the server. Start, Programs, Microsoft Exchange, Exchange System Manager. Look in the 'Servers' container (or 'Administrative Groups, first administrative group, Servers) for your Exchange Server's name. Beside it you will see the Service Pack level listed.

matt91203Author Commented:
Both excellent suggestions, thank guys!
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