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Hello,

I need to upgrade my Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2003 SP2 (in order to migrate to Exchange 2010 SP1)

I do not know the present SP of my Exchange 2003
Is there a way to know which SP is in my present Exchange 2003?

Thak you

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Yep. Look in Exchange System Manager, find your Exchange 2003 Server and right-click > Properties.

You will see, at the top of that dialog, Version 6.5 (Build xxxx.x). Take the Build number and compare to the table on Daniel Petri's site, which will tell you which edition and Service Pack you are running:
http://www.petri.co.il/whats_my_exchange2003_sp_version.htm

-Matt
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