Microsoft releases a hotfix for Outlook 2007

Post ImageAll my posting about Outlook 2007 has come in handy! On Saturday, Kevin sent me this link, and today Justice sent me this one. Both point to a hotfix from Microsoft for Outlook 2007:

This update fixes a problem in which a calendar item that is marked as private is opened if it is found by using the Search Desktop feature. The update also fixes performance issues that occur when you work with items in a large .pst file or .ost file.

I have installed it on both my main computers, but haven’t really had a chance to test it yet. This thread at Neowin.net looks positive though. Here is the KB article, and the download page. Enjoy!

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5 thoughts on “Microsoft releases a hotfix for Outlook 2007

  1. I like the way they mention the performance issue as a "by the way" add on.

    I’ve installed it and will see how it goes after a reboot later.

  2. Yeah the "afterthought" is bad enough, but I think it’s worse that they imply the issue is with the user and not the application. It shouldn’t matter how big my PST file is or how I choose to use Outlook! Certainly apps are designed for a specific purpose, but something as massive and widely-used as Outlook needs to do a better job of adapting.

  3. Know good tool which is able to work with mails and more than in this sphere-convert ost 2 pst,as far as i know it is freeware,software repair *.ost files and convert it to *.pst files, that can be easily opened by Microsoft Outlook or any other compatible email client,can convert ost 2 pst and recover all of your contacts, emails, tasks and calendars, that were lost,also will convert ost 2 pst and recover all your contacts, emails, tasks and calendars,convert *.ost file into a *.pst file, that can be opened by any email client,extract a list of different files in *.eml, *.vcf and *.txt format, that will be placed to one common folder,recover only critical data from your mailbox, it will save a lot of free space in your inbox,will recover all subfolders, including Deleted Items folder.

  4. When i was in similar situation i use next tool-ost to pst convert,as how as i remember software is free,it convert all information from Microsoft Exchange (files with the .ost extension) into files of the Microsoft Outlook mail client (.pst files) – OstToPst procedure,allows you to effectively solve problem ost pst conversion,can use the ost to pst conversion tool to easily move your messages, contacts, notes, meetings, reminders, tasks and all other information,effectively convert all information from the local Microsoft Exchange storage into a Microsoft Outlook file – ost pst conversion (Microsoft Outlook .pst converter),allows you to convert Ost Pst data not only from good, but also from corrupted OST files – .OST file recovery software.

  5. There is a not bad software which works with mails-view ost files,it is free as how as i know,program “allows to recover *.ost files, when Microsoft Exchange Server gets out of order and your data may be lost,open damaged files, you can open your corrupted *.ost file and estimate data losses,can convert *.ost files to *.pst files, that can be easily opened by any email client, compatible with Microsoft Outlook,convert your *.ost to *.pst, but to extract a list of files in such formats, as: *.eml. *.vcf and *.txt,allows to view a ost file and avoid extracting, for example, 50 Mb of your content, you can extract all files from .ost viewer mail, than just to copy and paste emails and contacts, that you need,view ost file runs under all versions of Windows operating system, such as: Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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