July 2015 update for Outlook 2013 takes care of a few issues. The issue I'm always asked about is the lack of email addresses in message headers and I’m happy to report that it’s fixed in this months update.
The Outlook 2010 update for July 2015 addresses just a handful of problems.
How to add emoji characters and icons to Outlook's AutoCorrect.
Use an Outlook macro to attach the newest file in a folder to a new message.
When you use POP3 or IMAP accounts and if you your email host allows it, you can send mail from another email address by typing it in the From field.
How to configure Outlook so you can easily send email from a shared Exchange mailbox.
Add the Forward and Back commands to Outlook's ribbon or Quick Access Toolbar. Use the buttons to move between the previously used folders.
Microsoft started moving Outlook.com users to the Office 365 interface earlier this week. Learn about the features and changes you can expect to see when your account is moved.
Use Conversation view to view sent messages with the original or save sent messages with the original.
One sure sign that people are upgrading from Outlook 2007 to Outlook 2013: I’m seeing more complaints about a script error in Outlook Today. When you upgrade from Outlook 2007 to Outlook 2013 and then open Outlook Today, you may receive a script error: Line 278. Char 1. Error: "Library not registered."