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Applying SP to Exchange Server 2007

Posted on 2011-09-14
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I noticed that some of my SBS 2008 boxes (which have Exchange 2007) are patched with SP1 Rollup 10.

I see that SP2, and SP3 are on the market but trying to understand how to make the decision on whether I should upgrade and what the likely impacts might be.
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SP2 and SP3 are stable and will not break anything. So I would suggest installing the SP's
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I would definitely recommend to apply SP3. Here is an article on how to apply Sp2: http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2009/08/28/3408134.aspx

You can follow the same article but using SP3 instead.
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I have applied both SP's to my Exchange 2007 without any issues, but do a backup first... just in case!

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Thank you all for your input.
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