Rollup 5 here for Exchange Server 2007

Microsoft's latest rollup for Exchange Server 2007 fixes two minor issues and includes all previous updates

Microsoft has released rollup number five containing fixes for Exchange Server 2007. It resolves two minor issues...

and includes the previous four updates.

The latest rollup makes sure that email received will have the "at" symbol properly displayed in the recipient's email address instead of the characters %40.

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The other fix is for meeting invitations sent by Lotus Notes users, which takes any non-English characters contained in the meeting location and replaces them with question marks.

There are only two new fixes in this rollup, compared with 10 and 13 in prior ones.

All previous interim updates for Exchange Server 2007 must be uninstalled before installing rollup five, Microsoft said.

Exchange Server 2007 rollup 5 precedes Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1, which is expected to be released by the end of November.

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