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Download Exchange 2000 SP3

Where can I download Exchange 2000 Service Pack 3?

Exchange 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) is a cumulative service pack that provides interoperability with Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Domain Controllers, fixes to customer-reported issues, and updates based on the Microsoft Trustworthy Computing Initiative.

To learn more about Exchange 2000 SP3, see:

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Download Service Pack 3 from HERE (165mb)

Note: You may also want to read Exchange 2000 SP3 Patches.

August 2004 update for Service Pack 1

Update Rollup for Exchange 2000 (KB870540)

This Update Rollup resolves problems that were found in Exchange 2000 since Exchange 2000 SP3 was released.

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