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Exchange2013 CU7 verses CU5

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Any thoughts on weather to go with Exchange2013 CU5, CU6 or CU7

I will be doing the initial upgrade from Exchange2007 to Exchnage2013
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Will Szymkowski earned 500 total points
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Rule of thumb if it is a greenfield deployment I would be going with the latest CU release. This is because there have been several fixes applied to every proceeding CU release. This will also ensure that you have the most recent version and not run into issues that were present in eariler CU releases.

As for the upgrade procedure i would recommend using the Exchange Deployment Assistant which will help guide you thought all of the necessary steps.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/dn756393.aspx

Will.
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Go  with Exchange 2013 with CU5 or CU7 . there are lots of issue in CU6
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Thanks for the recommendation and the link!
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