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Exchange Rollup Installation Order

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Hello all. I just upgraded to Exchange Service Pack 2 (finally). I know that there is now a 3rd rollup for service pack 2. Do I need to install these rollups in their order (1-2-3), or can I just install rollup 3 now?

Thanks,

Tim
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any reason why not upgrading to SP3?
you won't have to worry about those post-sp2 rollups

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36768
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Seth,
I did think about upgrading to service pack 3 but being only released in February, I didn't want it to blow up my server until it was tried and tested. Do you recommend upgrading to service pack 3 ??
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I upgraded several weeks ago and is working just fine.
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I would recommend to hold SP3 with RU1, both has bugs. Recently, i did an upgrade and caused lot of issues, finally called MS to fix RU1 bug, they gave one interim update. If you are okay to do it, there is no issue going to SP3 RU1 with Interim Update from MS.

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Although not directly related, I consider this a better answer because it upgrades and fixes my issue all in one. Thanks
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