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.
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).
September 2015's update for Outlook 2013 includes a long list of fixes, along with one improvement: translations of some terms were changed to more accurately describe the feature.
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.
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.
Three hotfixes for Outlook 2013 were released this week. The first update affects Outlook.com accounts and fixed the following issues: Duplicate messages were visible in Outlook. Deleting the duplicate deleted both copies. Using something other than UTF-8 encoding (for example, Japanese (EUC)) resulted in the content not displaying correctly. (This issue also requires the Word
The February updates for Outlook 2010 include fixes for the following issues. The MAPI over HTTP transport protocol is not supported on Windows XP. This hotfix will prevent Outlook from attempting to use it if you use Outlook 2010 on Windows XP. When you use a proxy server to connect to the Internet and use
Outlook 2010 released three hotfixes on February 12 2013. KB2597090 addresses an issues where Outlook freezes when you try to download an offline address book (OAB) that is outside a firewall. KB2760799 fixes an issue where Room Finder doesn't properly populate the room list. KB2760764 addresses several issues, including: Meetings with Show time as set
Each of the three current versions of Outlook have updates available this month. Four updates were released for Outlook 2013. - one update and three hotfixes. The update should be installed automatically, but the hotfixes will need to be downloaded and installed if you are affected by anything they fix. The first Outlook 2013 update
December 2015 updates for Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013 and Outlook 2010.
Updates and Hotfixes for Outlook 2010, released in 2013
Outlook 2010 hotfixes and updates released in 2011
Outlook 2010 hotfixes and updates released in 2012