Since the first release of Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft has released many updates and service packs. Most of them also include updates for the old Microsoft Exchange client and Microsoft Outlook which is the premier messaging client of Microsoft.
The following list is an overview of the available public Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Outlook builds. The list also includes useful information which should help an administrator to determine the build info of a client that is logged-on to the Microsoft Exchange Server.
To check the build on the Microsoft Exchange Server start the Microsoft Exchange Server admin program and select 'Logons' under 'Private Information Store' of your particular server.
Beginning with Exchange 2010, the version numbers are the same as Office.
|Exchange 2013 Build||Comments|
|15.0.||Released to public beta|
|Exchange 2010 Build||Comments|
|14.00.0694.000||Released to manufacturing October 8 2009|
|14.01.0218.015||SP1 August 2010|
|Exchange 2007 Admin Build||Comments|
|8.0.685.25||Exchange 2007 RTM Released Nov 2006|
|18.104.22.168||SP1 Released November 2007|
|8.1.278.2||Update Rollup 2 (for SP1)|
|8.1.311.3||Update Rollup 4 (for SP1)|
|8.1.340.1||Update Rollup 6 (for SP1)|
|8.2.0176.002||SP2 August 2009|
|8.3.0083.006||SP3 released June 2010|
|Exchange 2003 Admin Build||Comments|
|6.5.6944.4||Exchange 2003. Initial Release July 2003. RTM|
|6.5.7226.6||SP1. Released May 2004|
|6.5.7638||SP2 October 2005|
|6.5.7653.33||post-SP2 March 2008|
|6.5.7654.4||Post-SP2 August 2008|
All Service Packs are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center or Microsoft Update
If you want to know which CDO version shipped with a specific Exchange & Outlook version, please take a look at 'Digging deeper into CDO', Versions.
Build information for older versions of Exchange server and Outlook are listed at CDOLive.com.