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Thunderbyte

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Dear Kerio team and users,

starting today, MS Office SP1 is being delivered via Windows Update and is available as separate download via http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2510690/en-us .

Is it safe to install with current Kerio 7.2? Has the team or anyone tried already?

I would appreciate some positive answers before installing it.

[Updated on: Wed, 29 June 2011 18:04]

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wag357

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FWIW
I'm not from Kerio, but I've been testing it thoroughly on 2 machines since yesterday and so far I see nothing negative.

I plan to allow my users to do the update after the holiday weekend.

If someone has more to add please do.

--Walt

[Updated on: Thu, 30 June 2011 21:23]

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Thunderbyte

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Great to hear that, so I will tell my users that an update should be OK.
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winkelman

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Seems Office 2010 SP1 is officially Kerio backed in 7.2.1 (released last Monday)...
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elias

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We ran into an issue that seems reasonably widespread where reminders stop working. I think roughly half of our installed base is having this issue. There's a topic called Outlook Reminders no longer work after SP1 install in the Technet forms which describe this issue.

Note that this doesn't appear to have anything to do with Kerio, it looks like its an Outlook issue.

-Elias
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