Today, Microsoft released its latest updates for Exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013.
The updates for Exchange 2007 and 2010 mostly evolve around the Daylight Saving Time changes and a bunch of fixes for the latter version.
Cumulative Update 6 for Exchange 2013 doesn’t introduce any new feature or feature changes, but I’m happy to see that the Hybrid Configuration Wizard bug – which caused the HCW to fail – is now included by default. An Interim Update was already available, but it’s nice to see it included into the full build.
Along with a bunch of other fixes, Cumulative Update 6 now also closes the gap with Office 365 when it comes to Public Folder performance and scalability: you can now also deploy up to 100,000 public folders on-premises. Along with this change, there are some other (minor) behavioral changes which Microsoft outlined beautifully here.
For more information on these updates, have a look at the following announcements for Microsoft: