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Update Rollup 10 (UR10) for Exchange Server 2007 SP3 released

Microsoft has released the following update rollup for Exchange Server 2010:

  • Update Rollup 10 for Exchange Server 2007 SP3 (KB2788321)

If you’re running Exchange Server 2007 SP3, you need to apply Update Rollup 10 for Exchange 2007 SP3 to address the issues listed below.

Remember, you only need to download the latest update for the version of Exchange that you’re running.

Here is a list of the fixes included in Update Rollup 10:

  1. Coexistence with Microsoft Exchange Server 2013: You can now install Exchange Server 2013 in your existing Exchange Server 2007 organization. To do this, you must install Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Cumulative Update 1 (CU1). This is because you cannot install Exchange Server 2013 in your existing Exchange Server 2007 organization by using the Exchange Server 2013 RTM installation media.
  2. 2783779 A hidden user is still displayed in the Organization information of Address Book in OWA in an Exchange Server 2007 environment.
  3. new daylight saving time (DST) updates for Exchange Server 2007 SP3.
  4. 2809279 Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server Could Allow Remote Code Execution

Download the rollup here.

Installation Notes:

If you haven’t installed Exchange Server yet, you can use the info at Quicker Exchange installs complete with service packs and rollups to save you some time.

Microsoft Update can’t detect rollups for Exchange 2010 servers that are members of a Database Availability Group (DAG). See the post Installing Exchange 2010 Rollups on DAG Servers for info, and a script, for installing update rollups.

Update Rollups should be applied to Internet facing Client Access Servers before being installed on non-Internet facing Client Access Servers.

If you’re installing the update rollup on Exchange servers that don’t have Internet access, see “Installing Exchange 2007 & 2010 rollups on servers that don’t have Internet access” for some additional steps.

Note to Forefront users:

If you don’t disable Forefront before installing a rollup or service pack, and enable afterwards, you run the risk of Exchange related services not starting. You can disable Forefront by going to a command prompt and navigating to the Forefront directory and running FSCUtility /disable. To enable Forefront after installation of a UR or SP, run FSCUtility /enable.

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