Outlook for Microsoft 365 Apps Feature Update for June 2020

News

On the last day of June Microsoft released the June feature update of Outlook for Microsoft 365 App (Current Channel – previously known as Office 365 Monthly Channel).

It comes with 3 new features for Outlook and 5 highlighted fixes (of which 4 were also included in last week’s bug fix release for Version 2005).

  • New option to disable @ mention suggestions when composing mail in Outlook
    Do you find the @ mention picker more annoying than useful? Now you can turn it off if you prefer.
    File-> Options-> Mail-> section: Send Messages-> Suggest names to mention when I use the @ symbol in a message.
  • Incident Notification for IT Admins
    Microsoft 365 tenant global administrators and Office Apps Administrators will be notified about Outlook and O365 Exchange incidents affecting their users with a new right-side panel notification in Outlook for Windows.
  • Additional buttons added to Outlook toast notifications
    Quick Action buttons now appear in Outlook toast notifications when running Outlook on Windows 10

    Outlook for Microsoft 365 New Mail Notification on Windows 10

  • Addressed an issue that caused users to see the creation date of attachments that they copied to their file system via drag and drop getting set to January 1, 4501.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users of the Shared Calendar improvements to see calendar failures.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users to see Outlook continuously prompt them to run the Inbox Repair tool.
  • Addressed an issue that caused Ctrl+click to stop working when cloud settings were enabled.
  • Addressed an issue that caused searching for a feature in Suggest a Feature to return no results and leave the user with no option to submit a new feature idea.

Note: Depending on your installation type, this update can be installed via the Update Now button in Outlook or the Microsoft Store and updates Outlook to: Version 2006 (Build 13001.20266).


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Exchange 2019 CU6 and Exchange 2016 CU17

News

Cumulative Update 6 for Exchange 2019 is now available as well as Cumulative Update 17 for Exchange 2016

They both contain the same 13 documented new fixes or improvements, as well as all previously released fixes and security updates for their respective Exchange version and the latest DST updates.

Notable improvements, changes and fixes are;

  • KB4559444: Conversion from HTML to RTF removes non-breaking space.
  • KB4547707: Enable piping for Restore-RecoverableItems.
  • KB4559446: Changes to Outlook on the web blocked file extensions and MIME types.
  • KB4559439: EAS creates failure report if a message with unknown recipients is in Drafts.
  • KB4559440: Export to a PST for an eDiscovery search fails.
  • KB4549689: Hybrid Modern Authentication (HMA) EvoSTS certificate rollover causes authentication prompts due to stalled key on worker process spawn (warmup phase).

This release includes no new updates to the Active Directory Schema.
The next planned quarterly update is in September 2020.

Exchange 2019: CU6 KB4556415VLSC Download
Exchange 2016: CU17 KB4556414DownloadUM Language Pack
View: Blog post of the Exchange Team about CU6 for Exchange Server 2019 and CU 17 for Exchange 2016.


Outlook 2016 / 2019 / 365 Update for June 2020

News

A new rollup update has been made available for all Click-to-Run installations of Outlook 2016, Outlook 2019 and Outlook as part of an Office 365 subscription.

It contains 5 security updates for Excel (2), Outlook (1), Project (1) and Office (1). The Details about the Outlook vulnerabilities;

  • CVE-2020-1229: Microsoft Outlook Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability
    A security feature bypass vulnerability exists in Microsoft Outlook when Office fails to enforce security settings configured on a system. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could cause a system to load remote images. These images could disclose the IP address of the targeted system to the attacker.

    Exploitation of the vulnerability requires that a user open a specially crafted image with an affected version of Microsoft Office software. In an email attack scenario, an attacker could exploit the vulnerability by sending the specially crafted image to the user.
    The update addresses the vulnerability by changing how remote images are processed in Outlook.

In addition, it contains 5 documented new features and 6 fixes Monthly Enterprise 2004, 4 for Semi-Annual (Targeted) 2002 and 1 for Semi-Annual 1908. Most notable fixes are;

  • Version 2004 – A smarter To: line
    When you click the To: line to address a message, we suggest recipients you’re likely to choose. Plus, you can see their picture, so you know you’re sending to the right person.
  • Version 2004 – Calendar gets a makeover
    See visual updates that make your calendar easier to scan.
  • Version 2004
    Addresses an issue that caused users to experience a crash when displaying toast notifications.
  • Version 2002
    Enables joining a Teams meeting directly through the native Teams client.
  • Version 2002
    Addressed an issue that caused users with an incorrect browser emulation setting were unable to complete the authentication prompt for Gmail.
  • Version 2002
    Addressed an issue that caused Outlook users on server operating systems to see the error, “Antivirus status: Invalid. This version of Windows supports antivirus detection, but no antivirus was found” despite having anti virus properly configured.
  • Version 1908
    Addressed an issue that caused users to see message body truncation when forwarding large HTML messages.

Based on your release channel, you’ll be updated to the following version;

  • Office 365, Outlook 2016 Retail, Outlook 2019 Retail
    Version 2005 (Build 12827.20336)
  • Office 365 Monthly Enterprise
    Version 2004 (Build 12730.20430)
    Version 2003 (Build 12624.20708)
  • Office 365 Semi Annual (Targeted)
    Version 2002 (Build 12527.20720)
  • Office 365 Semi-Annual
    Version 1908 (Build 11929.20838)
    Version 1902 (Build 11328.20602) 
  • Outlook 2019 Volume License
    Version 1808 (Build 10361.20002)

Note: Depending on your installation type, this update can be installed via the Update Now button in Outlook itself or the Microsoft Store. This update does not apply to msi-based installation of Office 2016.


Outlook 2016 (MSI) Security Update for June 2020

News

A Rollup Update has been released for Outlook 2016 as well as a Security Update for Word 2016 which also affects Outlook.

Word’s Security update resolves the following vulnerability;

  • CVE-2020-1229: Microsoft Outlook Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability
    A security feature bypass vulnerability exists in Microsoft Outlook when Office fails to enforce security settings configured on a system. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could cause a system to load remote images. These images could disclose the IP address of the targeted system to the attacker.

    Exploitation of the vulnerability requires that a user open a specially crafted image with an affected version of Microsoft Office software. In an email attack scenario, an attacker could exploit the vulnerability by sending the specially crafted image to the user.
    The update addresses the vulnerability by changing how remote images are processed in Outlook.

View: Download information for KB4484396

Outlook’s non-security update contains the following documented improvements fixes.

  • Improves Japanese translation for the Chinese holiday ‘Winter Solstice’ in the Japanese version of Outlook.
  • If you save an attachment in an email message, the folder that the attachment was saved in will not be deleted until you close Outlook.
  • Addresses an issue that causes users to see shared folders to disappear from their Favorites list when Outlook starts in an offline state.
  • Addresses an issue that causes some users to experience an intermittent crash of Outlook.

View: Download information for KB4484398

Note: This update can be installed via Microsoft Update and updates Outlook to version 16.0.5017.1000. This update does not apply to Perpetual and Office 365 based installations of Office 2016.


Outlook 2013 Security Update for June 2020

News

A Security Update has been released for Word 2013 which affects Outlook 2013. It resolves the following vulnerability;

  • CVE-2020-1229: Microsoft Outlook Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability
    A security feature bypass vulnerability exists in Microsoft Outlook when Office fails to enforce security settings configured on a system. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could cause a system to load remote images. These images could disclose the IP address of the targeted system to the attacker.

    Exploitation of the vulnerability requires that a user open a specially crafted image with an affected version of Microsoft Office software. In an email attack scenario, an attacker could exploit the vulnerability by sending the specially crafted image to the user.
    The update addresses the vulnerability by changing how remote images are processed in Outlook.

View: Download information for KB4484361

Note: This update can be installed via Microsoft Update or the Update Now button when you are using Office 2013 Click-To-Run and updates Outlook to version 15.0.5249.1000.


Outlook 2010 Security Update for June 2020

News

A Security Update has been released for Word 2010 which affects Outlook 2010. It resolves the following vulnerability;

  • CVE-2020-1229: Microsoft Outlook Security Feature Bypass Vulnerability
    A security feature bypass vulnerability exists in Microsoft Outlook when Office fails to enforce security settings configured on a system. An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could cause a system to load remote images. These images could disclose the IP address of the targeted system to the attacker.

    Exploitation of the vulnerability requires that a user open a specially crafted image with an affected version of Microsoft Office software. In an email attack scenario, an attacker could exploit the vulnerability by sending the specially crafted image to the user.
    The update addresses the vulnerability by changing how remote images are processed in Outlook.

View: Download information for KB4484380

Note: This update can be installed via Microsoft Update and updates Word to version 14.0.7252.5000.


S/MIME support for Outlook on the Web (OWA) in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge

S/MIME buttonS/MIME support for Outlook on the Web (OWA) used to be only available in Internet Explorer but it is now also possible to add this to Google Chrome and the new Microsoft Edge browser.

However, adding the required extension isn’t (currently) possible via the traditional means of using the Chrome Web Store or the Microsoft Edge Addons page.

This guide explains how you can manually install or deploy the Microsoft S/MIME Control for Outlook on the web.

Continue reading: S/MIME support for Outlook on the Web (OWA) in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge


Executing PowerShell Scripts FAQ and Tips & Tricks

PowerShell Script buttonThere are several guides containing PowerShell scripts on HowTo-Outlook.com. PowerShell is a powerful scripting language which can be used by many applications including Outlook and Exchange. For end-user usage, it can be seen as the successor of vbs and batch scripts.

PowerShell scripts are easy to use but there are a couple of things to be aware of, especially when it is the first time you use such scripts.

This guide contains frequently asked questions regarding the use of PowerShell scripts and some additional tips and tricks to get you started.

Continue reading: Executing PowerShell Scripts FAQ and Tips & Tricks


Exchange 2013 CU23

News

Cumulative Update 23 for Exchange 2013 is now available. It contains 1 documented security update and 1 additional documented new fix or improvement, as well as all previously released fixes and security updates for Exchange 2013 and the latest DST updates. Note that mainstream support for Exchange 2013 has ended in April 2018.

  • KB4502131: “TLS negotiation failed with error UnknownCredentials” error after updating TLSCertificateName on Office 365 send connector in Exchange Server 2013 hybrid environment
  • KB4503028 which discusses ADV190018: Microsoft Exchange Server Defense in Depth Update. This update was released separately for CU22 as well.

This release includes no new updates to the Active Directory Schema.

Download: Cumulative Update 23 for Exchange Server 2013 (KB4489622)
Download: Exchange Server 2013 CU23 UM Language Packs
View: Description of Cumulative Update 23 for Exchange Server 2013
View: Blog post of the Exchange Team about CU23 for Exchange Server 2013


Importing eml-files into Outlook

Import EML buttonIf you’ve ever used Outlook Express, Windows (Live) Mail, Thunderbird, Lotus/IBM Notes or basically any mail client other then Outlook, chances are that you have some eml-files stored somewhere as well.

While Outlook does support opening eml-files, it doesn’t offer a way to import them into Outlook.

This guides contains instructions and 2 scripts to import eml-files into an Outlook folder of your choice.

Continue reading: Importing eml-files into Outlook


First look at the new Outlook for Windows interface with a simplified Ribbon

News

Microsoft has released a blog post and a video in which it explains and shows off the design changes that will be coming to Office.com and Office 365.

One of the major visible changes is the new simplified Ribbon. Instead of having a large button or up to 3 smaller buttons on top of each other, the updated Ribbon contains only 1 line of command icons on each of the Ribbon tabs.

Preview of the new single line command bar in Outlook.
Preview of the new single line command bar in Outlook. (captured from the video linked below)

This redesign allows for a cleaner interface with the commands which matter the most and with more vertical screen space left for the actual content that you are working on.

There will also be an option to expand the Ribbon to return the “classic” three-line layout in case you don’t like the change, want to decide for yourself when you are ready to change or when you simply want to dedicate more screen space to the available commands.

Microsoft will start rolling out this new experience in Outlook for Desktop to a select amount of Insiders in July.

View: Power and simplicity – updates to the Office 365 user experience
View: Updates to the Microsoft Office user experience (video)


7 Tips to prevent your Calendar from crashing or becoming out-of-sync

Healthy Calendar buttonFor many, the Calendar in Outlook is a crucial part of their day and for future planning. To make sure you can rely on it, there are a couple of do’s and don’ts.

Especially when it comes to the handling of meeting requests, or when having delegates assigned to your Calendar, or when you are a delegate yourself, there are a couple of important things to be aware of.

Failing to do so, could cause your Calendar to become out-of-sync or produce corruptions which can cause Outlook to crash whenever you try to do anything with your Calendar.

Continue reading: 7 Tips to prevent your Calendar from crashing or becoming out-of-sync


Color Code your Emails, Calendar or Tasks automatically with Conditional Formatting

Conditional Formatting buttonThe Conditional Formatting feature in Outlook allows you to get organized by automatically color coding your Emails, Calendar items, Contacts and Tasks without the need to apply a Color Category to it or move them to different folders.

The color coding isn’t just intended to emphasize certain emails but it can also be used to deemphasize certain emails such as newsletters or emails you are only a CC or BCC recipient of.

You may actually already know Conditional Formatting without realizing it as it is for instance also being used to:

  • Show unread emails in a blue and bold font.
  • Show expired emails and completed tasks in a grey and strikethrough font.
  • Show overdue emails and tasks in a red font.

The “Conditional Formatting” feature may look complex at first but creating color coding rules is actually fairly easy and quite powerful when used the right way.

This guide will help you on your way to get yourself familiar with the Conditional Formatting options with 8 color coding examples which might be useful to you as well.

Conditional Formatting usage in the Message List.
Conditional Formatting usage in the Message List.

Continue reading: Color Code your Emails, Calendar or Tasks automatically with Conditional Formatting


Imported IMAP folders are not visible or don’t show any content

IMAP Folders buttonWhen you’ve exported your IMAP mailbox or specific folders to a pst-file which you then later open in Outlook or import into an Exchange or Outlook.com mailbox, you may be shocked to see that these folders don’t contain anything.

Additionally, when you configure this mailbox on a smartphone or tablet as an Exchange ActiveSync account, these folders may not show at all.

Luckily, this can be fixed without any data loss but the process to do so via MFCMAPI is not for the faint of heart or when you have many folder to fix.

Therefor, this guide also contains a script which you can run to apply the fix for you. You can either fix a single folder, a folder and its subfolders or your entire mailbox at once.

Continue reading: Imported IMAP folders are not visible or don’t show any content


Downloading Outlook 2013 from Office 365 after March 1, 2017

Download Office buttonSupport for the Office 2013 versions of Office 365 has ended and are no longer being offered for download in the download sections of Office 365 Home and Office 365 for Business.

If you still have it installed, you will receive Security Updates until April 10, 2023.

Upgrading to Office 2016 is highly recommended and also already part of your Office 365 subscription. However, common reasons why you might still need Office/Outlook 2013 are;

When you still need to (re-)install Office 2013 as part of Office 365 for whatever reason, you can still download it by using a direct link or by using the Office 2013 Deployment Tool.

Continue reading: Downloading Outlook 2013 from Office 365 after March 1, 2017


Autodiscover: Some quick methods to get it working

Autodiscover.xml buttonThe Autodiscover service is a required service for Outlook-Exchange connectivity since Outlook 2007 and Exchange 2007 but for whatever reason, in some Exchange environments this still hasn’t been implemented correctly.

In some part, this was due to the fact that you could still get basic Outlook-Exchange connectivity by using some legacy Exchange 2003 RPC over HTTP dialog in Outlook. This (unsupported) method now no longer works in Outlook 2016, Outlook 2019 and Outlook for Office 365 due to the removal of this legacy dialog since Outlook doesn’t support Exchange 2003 anymore since Outlook 2013.

Unfortunately, this leaves up-to-date Outlook users disconnected when Autodiscover hasn’t been provisioned correctly by your company.

This guide contains some reasonably quick and easy and some less elegant methods for end-users but also for Exchange administrators to get your Outlook connected to Exchange again. All discussed solutions are fully supported configurations by Microsoft and do not require any changes to Exchange or the need for a new SSL Certificate.

Continue reading: Autodiscover: Some quick methods to get it working


New and Changed in Outlook 2016

Outlook 2016 buttonUpgrading to Outlook 2016 from Outlook 2013 is easy and you’d probably need very little time to adjust yourself to it. In fact, if it wasn’t for the new default “colorful” theme, you’d hardly notice the upgrade to Outlook 2016 at first sight.

This is actually part of the Office 365 strategy where major new features are also introduced during the main lifetime of the current version, as we saw with Office 2013. In the old strategy, these features were held back for the new version. Office 2016 will get the same treatment so future updates can introduce new features as well.

Until then, there are still plenty of new features in Outlook 2016 to use and discover.

Continue reading: New and Changed in Outlook 2016


Upgrading to Outlook 2016

Outlook 2016 iconPlanning to upgrade to Outlook 2016? This guide contains a lot of preparation and other information to get yourself ready to ensure a smooth transition

Aside from the preparation steps, this guide informs you about what to expect when you start Outlook 2016 for the first time after you upgraded and how to troubleshoot several issues you may encounter during or after the installation.

Continue reading: Upgrading to Outlook 2016


Windows 10 (2004 / May 2020 Update or earlier) and Outlook

Windows 10 buttonThinking about upgrading your computer to Windows 10 or are you using Outlook on a Windows 10 computer already and are being offered a major Windows 10 update?

What should you be aware of when you heavily rely on Outlook?

The upgrade process from Windows 7 and Windows 8 is actually quite streamlined and trouble free for most configurations. Things are even easier when applying a major update to Windows 10. However, for either upgrade, there are still a couple of attention points before you start.

This guide contains not only upgrade preparation and troubleshooting steps but also various tips about the changes that you could encounter involving Outlook after upgrading to Windows 10.

Continue reading: Windows 10 (2004 / May 2020 Update or earlier) and Outlook


Outlook can’t connect to Gmail: Password incorrect

Gmail buttonWhen configuring your Gmail account in Outlook (or other mail clients such as Thunderbird and Mail apps on (older) smartphones), you may run into continuous password prompts or sync errors.

This is because Google has turned off Basic Authentication by default for all new accounts and accounts which haven’t synced within the last 30 days and only lets you authenticate via the OAuth 2.0 standard.

As a result, you’ll get Send/Receive errors (0x800CCC0E) and could get prompted for your Gmail password again in Outlook and the login could fail even when you supply the correct password.

Continue reading: Outlook can’t connect to Gmail: Password incorrect


Outlook for Office 365 Bug Fix Update for June 2020

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A Bug Fix update has been released for Outlook for Microsoft 365 (Current Channel) and it comes with 7 highlighted fixes for Outlook and another 7 for other Office Apps that are part of Microsoft 365.

The following issues have been resolved in Outlook;

  • Addressed an issue where Outlook failed to enable Data Loss Protection policy tips people for users who had paid for the service who are on M365 Business Plus plans.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users to see the creation date of attachments that they copied to their file system via drag and drop getting set to January 1, 4501.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users to see the “The rules on this computer do not match the rules on Microsoft Exchange” message when updating their rules in Outlook.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users of the Shared Calendar improvements to see calendar failures.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users to experience intermittent hangs and crashes in some scenarios.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users to see Outlook continuously prompt them to run the Inbox Repair tool.
  • Addressed an issue that caused searching for a feature in Suggest a Feature to return no results and leave the user with no option to submit a new feature idea.

Note: Depending on your installation type, this update can be installed via the Update Now button in Outlook or the Microsoft Store and updates Outlook to: Version 2002 (Build 12827.20470).


Outlook for Office 365 Feature Update for May 2020

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We just started June but Microsoft has now released the May feature update of Outlook for Office 365 (Monthly Channel) and it comes with 4 new features for Outlook and 3 highlighted fixes. There is also a feature change for Skype for Business affecting its Outlook Add-in.

  • Help protect data in your group
    The Sensitivity label you choose when creating a group is applied to group email, documents, and team sites
  • Better results—in a jiffy
    We’ve updated the Search experience to make it smarter, faster, and more reliable than ever.
  • Tell your stories with animated GIFs
    Animated GIFs are now supported in the Office editor – your documents just got snazzier (when composing an email; animated GIFs were already supported for emails you receive).
  • Calendar gets a makeover
    See visual updates that make your calendar easier to scan.
  • Addressed an issue with the clp auditing event for the reply/forward label.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users of Windows 10 server versions to see the warning “Antivirus status: Invalid”. This version of Windows supports antivirus detection, but no antivirus was found despite having anti virus correctly installed.
  • Addressed an issue that caused users to experience a crash when submitting feedback from an Admin Notification.
  • Skype; When a user is given a policy that moves them to Teams Only, they were still able to use the Skype for Business Outlook add-in to schedule meetings. After this update, you will no longer be able to schedule Skype for Business meetings after the client reads the policy indicating the user is Teams Only, and enters meeting join only mode. Additionally the Skype for Business Outlook Add-in will not activate itself while starting up if it sees the Skype for Business client is in meeting join only mode.

Note: Depending on your installation type, this update can be installed via the Update Now button in Outlook or the Microsoft Store and updates Outlook to: Version 2005 (Build 12827.20268).


Outlook 2016 / 2019 / 365 Update for May 2020

News

A new rollup update has been made available for all Click-to-Run installations of Outlook 2016, Outlook 2019 and Outlook as part of an Office 365 subscription.

It contains 1 security update for Excel.

In addition, it contains 1 documented non-security fixes for Outlook Monthly 2004, 6 for Monthly Enterprise 2003, 4 for Monthly Enterprise 2002, 4 for Semi-Annual (Targeted) 2002, 4 for Semi-Annual 1908, and 2 for Semi-Annual 1902. Most notable fixes are;

  • Version 2004
    Addresses an issue that caused users to experience a crash when displaying toast notifications.
  • Version 2003
    Addressed an issue that caused users to experience crashes in third party MAPI applications.
  • Version 2003 and 2002
    Addressed an issue that caused the width of the folder pane to change unexpectedly.
  • Version 2003, 2002, 1908 and 1902
    Addressed an issue that caused Outlook to crash when opening .msg or .oft files that were saved locally after a Windows update.
  • Version 1908
    Addressed an issue that caused users to experience a crash when selecting certain search results.
  • Version 1908
    Addressed an issue that caused the “Save to Cloud” button to be missing from Attachment Tools.

And yes, the Monthly Enterprise Channel is indeed a new addition to Microsoft 365 Apps (previously: Office 365).

Based on your release channel, you’ll be updated to the following version;

  • Office 365, Outlook 2016 Retail, Outlook 2019 Retail
    Version 2004 (Build 12730.20270)
  • Office 365 Monthly Enterprise
    Version 2003 (Build 12624.20588)
    Version 2002 (Build 12527.20612)
  • Office 365 Semi Annual (Targeted)
    Version 2002 (Build 12527.20612)
  • Office 365 Semi-Annual
    Version 1908 (Build 11929.20776)
    Version 1902 (Build 11328.20586) 
  • Outlook 2019 Volume License
    Version 1808 (Build 10359.20023)

Note: Depending on your installation type, this update can be installed via the Update Now button in Outlook itself or the Microsoft Store. This update does not apply to msi-based installation of Office 2016.


Outlook 2016 (MSI) Update for May 2020

News

A Rollup Update has been released for Outlook 2016. This is a non-security update which contains the following documented improvements fixes.

  • Fixes an issue that causes the Last Modified property of a file to be updated. This occurs when you add an attachment to an email message or save an attachment from an email message by dragging and dropping it (as opposed to through a menu).
  • Fixes the following issues that occur when you use Outlook 2016 together with an IMAP account:
    • The message size of saved or sent items is displayed as “0 B.”
    • The attachment icon isn’t displayed in the message list for items that have attachments.
  • Fixes an issue that causes the Peek view of Outlook Calendar to occasionally display incorrectly.
  • Addresses an issue that prevents users in the Saratov time zone (GMT+4) from opening a single instance in a meeting series.
  • Addresses an issue that causes Outlook to crash when a user forwards a message from which attachments have been removed.
  • Addresses an issue that causes the retention information bar to show items incorrectly in the Deleted Items folder as “expired.”
  • The Open this task button in the WORKFLOW TASK prompt is unresponsive for certain email messages.
    Outlook crashes when you try to mark messages as read from the Unread folder.

View: Download information for KB4484343

Note: This update can be installed via Microsoft Update and updates Outlook to version 16.0.5005.1000. This update does not apply to Perpetual and Office 365 based installations of Office 2016.