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This week, we released an update that fixes the three issues identified in the December Update for Microsoft Outlook 2007. The update released on Tuesday, January 11, was distributed by Microsoft Update and referenced as updated KB article KB2412171.If you did not uninstall the December Update for Outlook 2007, then the update released on Tuesday, January 11, will fix the three known issues which you may be experiencing. For more detail about the issues that were identified with the December update for Outlook 2007, see Issues with the recent update for Outlook 2007.If you did uninstall the December Update for Outlook 2007, then you can benefit from the new January update.To receive the January 11 update you can either:§ Run Windows Update on your computer§ Download and install the update directly from the Microsoft Download Center.If you have automatic updates enabled, you will receive this update automatically.Thank you for your patience and feedback. We are improving our processes for preventing issues similar to this from occurring in the future, as well as, our mechanisms for quickly resolving any issues that do occur.The Outlook Team
The Outlook Team
Just installed Office 2010. I have been using Outlook 2007 for a while and specifically didn't want to upgrade to Outlook 2010. On the installation I chose the selection to leave Outlook 2007 as is. Now as the installation is complete, I find that Outlook 2007 is gone and I have a trial version of Outlook 2010 that is good for a few months. Now, do I need to reinstall Outlook 2007? I thank you so much for wasting my time. This is the kind of action that gives me such a warm feeling in my heart whenever I hear the name Microsoft. Your marketing people may think that this is a key to increase revenues. What you've done is totally annoyed a customer.
Today it gets worse. Yesterday, after my recently purchased Office 2010 deleted my license for Outlook 2007, which I specifically told the install utility that I intended to keep, I find that the DVD folder for my Outlook 2007 is damaged and I am not able to read the key and reinstall Outlook 2007. So, now I have a trial copy of Outlook 2010, which I do not want, that will soon expire.
As Janegilring and others said both updates are experiencing the same issue with the autodiscovery when setting up Outlook Profiles. Do you have an update on this issue?
I tried this update (KB2412171.) to fix a problem in Outlook 2007. I have an issue that when I create an email, then go into the outbox to add something or edit the mail, the mail drops into an undated status and will not send after I add the information and press send again. This has also happened without going into outbox, but it is much more rare. This update did not fix the problem. It is getting really irritating to have to recreate emails. T?his approach to support stinks, too. It is too time consuming and too much to have to remember to check back to see if it has been commented on. MS is more than frustrating.
I have been begging for years (well, ever since it came out) that there be a way to Make Outlook open in Calender view. I rarely use it for email. Mostly FOR the calendar, in fact that's why I bought it in the first place. Only to find that my $30 daytimer program that didn't make the Vista transition really did what I wanted better. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE now that I've spent the money to buy it, and learned all it's extremely complicated little ways, could you consider letting me use it as a CALENDAR. It is truly annoying to me to have it open only in the view that I am not the least interested in. Begging on bended knee, yet again, and would be eternally grateful. Kiss, kiss, kiss :-)
Did my post disappear, or do you "approve" them first? If so, you ought to say so. Hoping I didn't type all that for nothing, I remain,
your humble supplicant, Dru
I am in a work group with 4 people using a shared calendar (through Google as a server) -- all of my appointments that I RECEIVE are 30 minutes off (early); however all the appointments that I schedule myself are at the appropriate time and are at the correct time on the other users outlook. I have Microsoft Outlook 2010 and the rest of the users have Microsoft Outlook 2007 I believe. Any ideas?