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Service packs and rollups to exchange server 2010?

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I currently have a freshly installed exchange server 2010. Its current build is 14.1.218.15 - meaning service pack 1 with build 218.15. I want to install service pack(s) and rollups to take it to the most up-to-date version.

First question: Am I correct in assuming that Service Pack 3 with build 210.2 (rollup 7) is the latest version for exchange server 2010?

Second question: What is the correct sequence of applying service packs and/or rollups to get there?
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by:Joshua Grantom
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If you havent installed any additional updates and there are no Interim Updates it should be pretty straight forward.

Install Service Pack 2, then SP3, then Rollup 7

What Server OS are you running?
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Install Service Pack 3 right away.  You can go from SP1 to SP3 (it will just take a little longer than going from SP2 to SP3).  Install the updates and boom! Your done :)

Rollup 7 should be the latest update for exchange SP3
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by:Joshua Grantom
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I was looking for confirmation on that but couldn't find any. Didn't want to make myself a liar.
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I was looking for confirmation on that but couldn't find any.

service packs are cumulative (see faq)

Released: Exchange Server 2010 SP3
http://blogs.technet.com/b/exchange/archive/2013/02/12/released-exchange-server-2010-sp3.aspx
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by:Joshua Grantom
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I understand they are cumulative, I just didn't think they included the past SP's as well. Good to know
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by:capata
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@Joshua - I am running Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise with Service Pack 1.
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by:chadfs
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I am running Windows 2011 SBS with Exchange 2010 SP3.  Are the roll ups cumulative as well or do I need to install each roll up in order?
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