Exchange Server Updates 2013 / 2010 / 2007

Today Microsoft Released three updates for the Exchange Server Family. These updates are:

  • Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1
  • Exchange 2010 SP3 RU5
  • Exchange 2007 SP3 RU13

Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1
Over a year ago Microsoft released Exchange Server 2013. Now we’ve gone through a full patch cycle of Cumulative Updates and Microsoft released Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2013. For some organizations, this will be when they seriously consider a migration to Exchange Server 2013.

So what makes Service Pack 1 so special? Here is a short list of new features:

  • EDGE Server Role is back
  • DLP Enhancements
  • Loose truncation
  • EAC Command Logging
  • 2012 Server R2
    • Supported OS
    • Forest/Domain – 2012 R2
  • MAPI-HTTP
  • OWA Enhancements
    • S/MIME
    • Rich Text Editor
    • Firefox – Offline Mode
  • IP Addressless DAGs
  • SSL Offloading
  • Schema Updates
  • Database Updates

Updates included in Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1

2860242 HTML format is lost after saving as an MSG file in Exchange 2013
2900076 Mailbox quota warning message uses an incorrect language in Exchange Server 2013
2910199 “Reply all by IM” chat window displays seven recipients in Outlook Web App
2913999 Meeting request body and instructions are lost in delegate’s auto-forwarded meeting request
2918655 Microsoft.Exchange.Servicehost.exe crashes after you enable FIPS
2918951 Users cannot access public folders after you upgrade to Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 3
2925281 Outlook connectivity issue if SSLOffloading is “True” in Exchange 2013
2925544 Empty ExternalURL value for ActiveSync virtual directory after build-to-build upgrade of Exchange Server 2013
2927708 Resource mailboxes that are created by EAC will not be updated by policies in Exchange Server 2013
2928748 Default from delegate’s address in shared mailboxes in Exchange Server 2013
2928803 Long server connection for Outlook after a database failover in Exchange Server 2013
2930346 POP3 access does not work if the name of the resource mailbox differs from the user’s name
2930348 Outlook Web App manual redirection occurs if External URLs in each site are the same
2930352 Outlook Web App cross-site silent redirection does not work in Exchange Server 2013

Exchange Server 2010 SP3 RU5

2887459 Public folder expiry time is set incorrectly in Exchange Server 2010 SP3
2892257 Email items are lost when you move items between shared folders by using EWS delegate access
2897935 “Cannot save the object ‘\FolderName'” error message when you try to replicate Exchange Server 2010 public folders
2898908 EdgeTransport.exe crashes if the From field is empty in an email message
2903831 Only a single character is allowed in the disclaimer content in ECP
2904459 RPC Client Access service crashes if you add “Signed By” or “Send From” column in Outlook online mode
2913413 RPC Client Access service crashes with an exception in Exchange Server 2010
2913999 Meeting request body and instructions are lost in delegate’s auto-forwarded meeting request
2916836 EdgeTransport.exe crashes when a transport rule sends a rejection message to an empty address
2919513 Memory leak or memory corruption occurs in Exchange Server 2010
2924971 RPC Client Access service stops when you select an inactive search folder in Outlook 2007 in an Exchange Server 2010 SP3 environment
2926057 EdgeTransport.exe crashes if seek operation failed in Exchange Server 2010
2927856 Incorrect recurring meeting if disclaimer transport rule is enabled in Exchange Server 2010

Exchange Server 2007 SP3 RU13

2926397 An Edge Subscription file from an Exchange 2013 Edge Transport server is rejected by an Exchange 2007 Hub Transport server

What’s Next?
Over the next 2 weeks I will post a series of blog articles on each of these new features. First will be the Edge Server Role.

Related Links
Exchange 2013 SP1 – Kb Article
Exchange 2010 SP3 RU5 – Kb Article
Exchange 2007 SP2 RU 13 – Kb Article

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