There are a few issues addressed in Outlook 2010 this month. There won’t be too many more updates released for it as Office 2010 is now in extended support (October 2015).
The Outlook 2013 update is more extensive this month, with some feature changes and a number of issues fixed.New features include: Adds the Message Preview section so that users can change the font of email message preview in Outlook 2013.
Yes, Outlook 2016 has a hotfix available after less than one month on the market. It's only a short list this month. This hotfix, which will be installed automatically in the click-to-run versions used by Office 365 subscribers, addresses the following issues: Outlook module navigation buttons aren't displayed in touch mode when using high contrast
An Outlook 2010 update was released the week of August 11 2015. Note that this update requires you have Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 2 installed. Users will receive a warning dialog when they try to change the Default or Anonymous permissions on a folder. The warning message may resemble the following: Changes you make
In addition to the security update that affects templates, an update for Outlook 2013 was released on August 11 2015. Included in the fixes this month: you can now publish forms to an organizational forms library using Outlook 2013.
Microsoft hosted the first Microsoft Ignite Conference May 4-8, 2015. There were over 680 sessions, with the majority of them now available on Microsoft's Channel9. Below is a list of the sessions targeting Office developers and IT Pros. The full catalog of the sessions is available at Channel9.
There were several Outlook updates released in May, including two for Outlook 2013 and one for one for Outlook 2010. Mac users get two updates: a security update for Office 2011 for Mac and an updated build of Office 2016 for Mac (15.10) The Outlook 2013 updates address the following issues: Adds a button for
A small update was released for Outlook 2010. This update fixes the following issues: When responding to a meeting request by using the Edit Response Before Sending option, the font is set to the system font unexpectedly. If you use Outlook Security Group Policy to configure a VSTO add-in as trusted according to Manage trusted