version of Exchange on windows sbs 2008?

Posted on 2010-09-06
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How do I find out which version of exchange I am using including the role up version and any other version information which is useful to know?

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Windows SBS 2008 comes with Exchange 2007 installed on it.

To check the level of Service Pack... you can open the Exchange Management console and then click on Server Management.
On the right hand it will list the server name and the version...
8.0.xxx - Exchange 2007 RTM
8.1.xxx - Exchange 2007 SP 1
8.2.xxx - Exchange 2007 SP 2
8.3.xxx - Exchange 2007 SP 3

To check the Rollup Update level, you need to open control panel --> 'Add and remove programs'.
Make sure you click on 'View Installed Updates' and it will list the update that has been applied...

Let us know how it goes.
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cheers guys.  The Get-ExchangeServer | fl name,edition,admindisplayversion command worked.  I needed to add the "|" after the get-exhange.

Im using Version 8.1 (Build 240.6).  Which build is recommended at the moment? its a brand new install, no data present if that makes a difference.
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I would recommed you to apply the Service Pack 3 for Exchange 2007 as that is the latest SP out for Exch 2007...


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thanks for your answers guys !

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