|07 Aug 2012||#1|
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Outlook 2013 Preview: critical update to prevent data loss
It looks like some users may have experienced an issue in Outlook 2013 related to data loss. Microsoft released a critical update to fix this, and I was notified via email about it. The email specifies:
Dear Office Preview Customer,
Thank you for your recent download of Office Professional Plus 2013 Preview.
We wanted to inform you that we have released a critical update for Office Professional Plus 2013 Preview. This update addresses a potential data loss issue in Outlook related to the unintentional deletion of mail, contacts and calendar items from the Exchange Server. We strongly recommend you install the update if you are using Outlook as part of the Office 2013 Preview.
32bit update: Download: Update for Microsoft Outlook 2013 Preview (KB2737132) 32-Bit Edition - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details
64bit update: Download: Update for Microsoft Outlook 2013 Preview (KB2737132) 64-bit Edition - Microsoft Download Center - Download Details
It sounds like a serious problem. Luckily, I don't rely that heavily on emails (even for business) to need Outlook as a part of Office.
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