A Rollup Update has been released for Office 2016 that also affects Outlook 2016. This is a non-security update which contains 2 documented improvements and fixes for Outlook.
Additionally, a security update has been released which, besides resolving the security vulnerability, contains 7 improvements and fixes.
The Rollup Update solves the following issues in Outlook;
- Images in email messages aren’t scaled correctly in Outlook 2016 if you use high DPI monitors.
- When you try to reply or forward an email message that contains a linked image, Outlook 2016 freezes before the image is displayed.
Most notable fixes of the Security Update are;
- Resolves vulnerabilities that could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Office file.
- Attachments in the body of a task are rearranged when you assign it to another user.
- When you forward Digital Rights Management (DRM)–protected email messages in Outlook 2016, Outlook 2016 always forwards the email messages as attachments.
Office 365 subscribers will also get the following improvements and fixes:
- Fixes an issue where, when creating a new message to a contact, the To: field is populated with the recipient’s name three times, even though there is only one email address for the contact.
- Undocumented: Fixes an issue, when creating a new contact from an email, the “Display as” value for “Email 2” and “Email 3” property of the contact are filled out as well.
- Excel: New feature: Allows you to query Office 365 and Outlook.com mailboxes hosted on Exchange Online.
Note: These updates can be installed via Microsoft Update or the Update Now button when you are using Office 365 and updates Outlook to version 16.0.4405.1000 (msi-based installation) or 16.0.7070.2026 (Office 365 based installation).