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installing Exchange 2007 Sp3 tells me Exchange 2003 with SP2

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We are migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2007. I am trying to install SP3 on Exchange 2007. It gives me the following error: One or More Servers in the existing organization is running Exchange Server 2003 without Service pack 2 or Later.
We have SP2 installed on de Exchange 2003 server. Please Help.

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try to reinstall the current SP and then go for sp3
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