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Exchange Cumulative Updates and Rollups Released

Today Microsoft Exchange Team released updates for all Exchange versions. Let us have a look what has been added and download links.

Warning: As suggested earlier, test in your lab before deployment in production.

 

Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 8 Released

You can download CU8 from here.

The following features has been updated. Yes, long missing feature of calendar and contact PFs in OWA will be available.

  • Calendar and Contact Modern Public Folders favorites added in Outlook are now accessible in OWA
  • Batch Migration of Public Folders to 2013 improves migration throughput and PF migration experience
  • Smoother migration for EAS clients to O365 with automatic profile redirect upon successful Hybrid migration to O365 (EAS client must support HTTP 451 redirect)

You can read the complete details of the issues which will be fixed here.

Important: Windows PowerShell Script Execution Policy should be set to “Unrestricted” to avoid any installation issue.

 

Exchange 2010 SP3 Rollup 9 Released

You can download Rollup 9 from here.

Rollup 9 is going to fix most of the issue reported by the customers which can be security issues or some bug fixes.

At the same time most important update coming is only one more schedule update will be released because the product is in the extended support. This means Rollup 10 might be the last update for Exchange 2010. After this only the on demand updates will be released.

You can read the complete details of the issues which will be fixed here.

 

Exchange 2007 SP3 Rollup 16 Released

You can download Rollup 16 from here.

Rollup 16 has updates released for time zones released after Rollup 15.

You can read the complete details of the issues which will be fixed here.

 

Prabhat Nigam

Microsoft MVP | Exchange Server

Team@MSExchangeGuru



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