Office 2007 Service pack 3 is now available and is a recommended install.
SP2 contains a number of performance-based improvements for Outlook users. Pain points which were addressed include starting up and shutting down Outlook, switching between folders with large numbers of messages, calendar reliability and consistency, and general responsiveness when performing common tasks around managing e-mail, calendar, and other information. In short, Outlook should run faster and
Many of the fixes in Outlook 2003 SP3 were previously released in updates or hotfixes. New features are all security-related and most can be disabled by editing a registry key, if necessary for your business. Office 2003 SP3 combines previously released fixes into one update so you only need to install one service pack if
This service pack includes previously released service packs and fixes several undocumented bugs, including one affecting users with multiple SMTP accounts. SP2 adds anti-phishing functionality, displaying all junk email in plain text format and removing the ability to click on URLs in the junk email folder and on other suspicious messages. For complete details, see
All previously released updates are included in the service pack and the following new issues are addressed by SP1. Note that some, but not all, of the forms cache issues affecting Outlook should be corrected by the installation of SP1. Outlookcode.com has more information on what's fixed with the forms cache and what is still
Update: Fixed in Outlook 2010 SP1 When users attempt to change the Calendar's Default reminder from 15 minutes to a value of 1 day or more, the new value isn't saved. It works correctly if the reminder time is less than 1 day, but anyone who needs a reminder time of 1 day or more
This bug is fixed in Outlook 2010 SP1. When you create a quick step that contains an address and use only POP3, IMAP, or Outlook Hotmail Connector accounts, Outlook uses the Windows address book instead of Outlook's address book. The wrong address book: When you select an address from the list (assuming you have any
Microsoft Office 2010 SP1 is now available on Microsoft Update. Office 2010 SP1 contains all Cumulative Updates released through April 2011 and all Public Updates released through June 2011 for the various applications that are part of the Office suite. To check the version number of your installation, go to File, Help. The version number
Earlier this week, at TechEd in Atlanta, Greg Taylor of the Exchange Product Team introduced the upcoming Service Pack 2 for Exchange Server 2010. As part of that presentation, Greg shared that we can expect it before the end of this calendar year. At just about the same time that Greg was making his presentation,
Exchange MVP William Lefkovics wrote in the November 29, 2007 EMO about Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 and many of the changes included in the service pack. You can read that article in the here One of the additional changes for administrators is that service pack 1 has been slipstreamed into the base release.