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what service pack is installed on our server?

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We have a Microsoft Windows sbs2008 server running exchange 2007, and we would like to know what current service pack (if any) is installed.

I can see the following in the Exchange Syetem Manager :-

Exchange 2007
Version 08.03.0343.000

Management consol 3.0
Version 6.0 (build 6002: service pack 2)


I'm uncertain as to whether Exchange would indicate a service pack or not. Its strange that the Management Console indicates SP2, so does Exchange declare the service pack or not? Is it just one of those strange Microsoft things, or do we not have ANY service packs installed on this server??

Any advice much appreciated.

Many thanks.
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Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3

the 8 is exchange 2007
the .3 means service pack 3
and the rest is the build number
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LOL = well that is pretty straight forward when you know.

Many thank.
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Many thanks
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