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In our article scenario we have 2 (two) servers with the Client Access and Hub Transport role and 2 (two) servers running Mailbox role in a DAG while all servers are running Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1.You can check out the current servers by clicking on Server Configuration (Figure 01) or running Get-Exchange Server cmdlet (Figure 02). but Version and Build are all Greek to me, what should I do?

The first thing when you are planning is the order to apply Service Pack 3 on your servers.These are the key rules to apply a new Service Pack in your organization.Before playing with production environments, please make sure that you have valid backups of your servers, Active Directory and Databases.In addition, a good file-level backup of any Exchange (especially OWA customization) may be useful.Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site.

GFI Mail Essentials helps system admins block spam and protect networks from email-borne threats.

This is the only anti-spam solution which uses up-to five different antivirus engines. In this article series we are going over the step-by-step process to upgrade your servers running Exchange Server 2010 to new Service Packs and Rollup Updates using either GUI (graphical user interface) or command line.

The Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 is a milestone in the product because that is the basic requirement to allow a transition from Exchange Server 2010 to Exchange Server 2013 CU1.

Besides the transition capabilities we can also install it on Windows Server 2012 (new deployments only, it is not supported on OS upgrades) and support for Internet Explorer 10.

Our scenario is simple and provides for great flexibility to test all possible scenarios.

You may find yourself in one of the tests that we perform throughout this article series.