The End of Life for Exchange server 2007 is April 11, 2017. Organizations still using Exchange 2007 should be working on a migration plan to Office 365 or Exchange 2016.
We're seeing more complaints like this: A user was invited to a meeting but the meeting is showing on her calendar with her as the organizer when in fact the organizer is someone else. Users may unexpectedly become the organizer for a meeting that they were invited to. This does not change the meeting for
This week, Microsoft unleashed update rollup 3 for Exchange Server 2007 service pack 1 onto the world - on Patch Tuesday, along with a number of other “important” security patches. This timing is no coincidence. Included in UR3 is a fix for an OWA security hole that can cause an elevation of privilege (MS08-039). This
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.
It's almost here. According to the latest Technet Flash newsletter, Exchange Server 2007 with Service Pack 1 will be available for download on November 30, 2007. Exchange 2007 SP1 requires Windows 2003 servers to be upgraded to Windows 2003 sp2. Service Pack 1 for the .Net Framework version 1.1 is also recommended prior to installing