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I installed exchange 2013 RTM edition.  How do I upgrade it to the latest Cu?

I found this website, but it has multiple files.  Is there just one file I can use to update to the newest version?

http://eightwone.com/references/versions-builds-dates/
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scroll to the bottom of the list
there are direct links to the CU3 download and post-CU3 update (2880833)
only need the latest; microsoft updates are cumulative
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oh nice, so if I get the CU3, you're saying that inlcludes all the previous ones as well, very nice.
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correct...that's why it's called cumulative update :)
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