Microsoft has released new updates for Exchange Server 2016, 2013, 2010 and 2007, as well as important changes to .NET Framework support.
Microsoft has released new updates for all supported versions of Exchange Server, announcing Exchange 2016 CU4, Exchange 2013 CU3, Exchange 2010 SP3 UR16, and Exchange 2007 SP3 UR22.
Some customers are reporting content indexing failures after installing Exchange Server 2013 CU14 or Exchange Server 2016 CU3.
Microsoft has released Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 3 and Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 14 this month.
Which order should you install Exchange Server cumulative updates, service packs, and cumulative updates in?
In this episode of the Exchange Server Pro Podcast, Andrew Higginbotham discusses the servicing model for Exchange, and how to survive cumulative updates.
An expired SSL certificate on an Exchange server may cause cumulative update installation to fail, leaving the server non-functional.
Microsoft has released Exchange 2016 Cumulative Update 2 and Exchange 2013 Cumulative Update 13 this month.
The June 2016 security bulletin includes an update for all supported versions of Microsoft Exchange Server that is rated Important.
A bug in Exchange 2016 CU1 may cause Edge Transport servers to reject inbound emails sent to valid internal recipient addresses.