Exchange 2010 SP1 Rollup 2 & RTM RU5

Today the Exchange Team released Rollup 2 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 (KB2425179). This update raises Exchange 2010 version number to 14.1.270.1.

Here’s the list of changes included in this rollup:

  • 983186 The mailbox alias of a user contains the “?” character unexpectedly after you run the “Enable-Mailbox” cmdlet to create a mailbox for the user in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2295902 An excepted occurrence is not excluded from a recurring iCalendar message for an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox user
  • 2385017 You cannot edit public folder items even though you are the owner of the items in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2385194 You cannot connect to an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox by using a MAPI application when a Mailbox server and a Client Access server are installed on different computers
  • 2397171 You cannot reply or forward a large email message on an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox
  • 2403783 An incorrect label is displayed in the date field in a public folder item when you open the item by using OWA in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2408924 The subject of an item is deleted when you use the “UploadItems” operation together with the “Update” action or the “UpdateOrCreate” action in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2409597 You cannot open a public folder item when the default public folder database for the mailbox database is unavailable in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 2423776 The Exchange Information Store service crashes frequently during a public folder replication process on an Exchange Server 2010 public folder
  • 2431500 You cannot connect to an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox simultaneously by using Outlook Anywhere from several Windows XP-based computers
  • 2433642 The “FETCH (BODYSTRUCTURE)” command returns a corrupted file name of an email message attachment on an Exchange Server 2010 computer
  • 2452075 You cannot connect to mailboxes in a recovery database on a server after you install Exchange Server 2010 SP1
  • 2458005 The Exchange Mailbox Replication service crashes when you use the “New-MailboxImportRequest” command to import a PST file to an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox
  • 2458419 “A temporary change has occurred that requires you to connect to a different server” error message when Exchange Server 2007 mailbox users try to access their mailboxes by using an Exchange Server 2010 Client Access server
  • 2322161 The replay queue length on passive copies of mailbox databases in Database Availability Group continues to increase in an Exchange Server 2010 environment
  • 982004 Exchange Server 2010 users cannot access the public folder
  • 983492 You cannot view updated content of an Exchange Server 2010 public folder
  • 983549 Exchange Server 2010 removes the sender’s email address from the recipient list in a redirected email message
  • 2467001 The MSExchangeTransport.exe process crashes or stops responding on a Hub Transport server that has Exchange Server 2010 SP1 installed

The team also released Exchange 2010 Rollup 5; that is, Rollup 5 for the RTM version of Exchange 2010 (KB2407113). Note that this KB article hasn’t been published yet so no details on the changes. The Exchange 2010 RTM RU5 update raises Exchange 2010 version number to 14.0.726.0.

When running ForeFront Protection for Exchange, make sure you disable ForeFront before installing the rollup and re-enabling it afterwards, otherwise the Information Store and Transport services may not start. You can disable ForeFront using fscutility /disable and enable it by using fscutility /enable afterwards.

For those still unaware, update rollups are cumulative, i.e. they contain fixes released in earlier update rollups for the same product level (RTM, SPx). This means you don’t need to install previous update rollups during a fresh installation but can start with the latest rollup published right away.

You can download Exchange 2010 SP1 Rollup 2 here; Exchange 2010 (RTM) Rollup 5 can be downloaded here.

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