Two Patch Tuesdays?
In April 2016 Microsoft announced changes to the release schedule for non-security updates. The initial announcement was not clear that this change applies only to the MSI version of Office. All Office Click-To-Run (C2R) updates will continue to be released on the second Tuesday.
In the past, both security and non-security updates have been released on the second Tuesday of each month. Starting April 5, the non-security updates will be released in Microsoft Update and the Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) on the first Tuesday of the month. This includes all updates that have the Critical or Definition classification. Updates with the Security classification will continue to release on second Tuesday.
This month's security update includes fixes for the following nonsecurity issues. Office subscribers will have these updates installed automatically. Add OST corruption events. Translate some terms so that the meaning is accurate. Fixes an issue with corrupt forms cache. When a message is sent programmatically, the addresses are not added to the autocomplete cache. A
Outlook 2016 updates for May 3 2016
Outlook 2013 users will have a few issues fixed in May 2016's update.
May 2016 updates for Outlook 2010
We have a big update available for Outlook 2016 this month. This update is for MSI version and takes Outlook to version 16.0.4366.1000. Click to Run users should be at version 16.0.6568.2036.
The latest update for Outlook 2016, build 16.0.6568.2025, is causing problems for people who use POP3 accounts and have Outlook set to leave mail on the server for a period of time.
The September 2015 updates for Outlook 2010 are sparse (and will remain sparse going forward as the end of mainstream support is October 13, 2015. Extended support ends in July 2020).
February 2016 update for Outlook 2016 fixes the attachment problem which I mentioned last week and adds the ability to select and interact with multiple attachments in Outlook 2016.
The list of fixes in the Outlook 2010 update for February 9 2016 is very short, with just two problems fixed: When you forward a non-delivery report (NDR), the body of the resulting message is displayed in Chinese characters unexpectedly. If you select the plus sign (+) to expand a distribution list in the To
It looks like the February 2016 updates for Outlook 2013 changed the behavior of appointments that span two days. When this change was implemented in Outlook 2010 it created an outcry among users, leading Microsoft to remove it as of the upcoming March 2016 updates. It looks like Microsoft didn't get it removed from the
I've been annoyed following recent Office updates because Word's Normal template is missing, or more accurately, it's renamed to NormalOld.dotm and a new Normal template is created. I lose my macros and other customizations and need to go to %appdata%\Microsoft\Templates to delete the Normal template and rename the old normal template. The third time it
Following the installation of the November 10 2015 updates, Windows 7 users may have problems with Outlook crashing when they view HTML messages.
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
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.
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).