Aside from Service Pack 1 for Office 2010, the following hotfixes for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 have been released.
Hotfix KB2544404 for Outlook 2007
This hotfix contains 6 fixes. Most notable fix is;
- When you index data from a .pst file in Outlook 2007, Windows Search crashes repeatedly. Therefore, the indexing processes is stopped for mail items and have to be started again.
Hotfix KB2552538 for Outlook 2007
This hotfix contains 1 fix for an issue where small Plain Text messages received via an IMAP account could display text from a previous message.
Hotfix KB2544027 for Outlook 2010
This hotfix contains 12 fixes and is a post-SP1 rerelease of KB2540106 which was pre-SP1 (in other words; it contains previous fixes which weren’t included in SP1). Most notable fixes are;
- 2 fixes for when you are using an Exchange 2010 online archive.
- 8 fixes for when you are in an Office 365 environment.
- 2 fixes for when you are in an BPOS environment.
Hotfix KB2553911 for Outlook 2010
This hotfix contains 1 fix for an issue which could happen when creating a new Meeting Request in a new mail profile containing an Exchange account configured over Outlook Anywhere.
Hotfix KB2553933 for Outlook 2010
This hotfix contains 1 fix for the Korean language version of Outlook 2010 where the name of the “Custom Priority” field is displayed as “Assigned”.
Obtaining the hotfixes
Since these are hotfixes and not regular updates, you won’t be offered this update via Microsoft Update but will have to request it. You can do this at the information page of each hotfix.
If you are not (seriously) effected by any of these issues, it is recommended to wait for the next Service Pack or regular Rollup Update which will most likely contain all these fixes as well.
For more information about hotfixes see; What are Hotfixes?