Microsoft’s November month 2015 security patch is said to be causing serious harm or problems with the Outlook® email option. A forum on the official Microsoft pages deals with this problem and indicates to have issues with Outlook® 2010 and 2013. Some of the users of the Outlook® have complained that other things have stopped functioning after the patch fixed things. People facing the same issues have to look for Outlook Technical Support to get help fix Outlook® email problems.
It is said that HTML messages are harming Outlook® to crash on both versions of Outlook® and such messages are totally unexpected. “This security update was rereleased on November 11, 2015 for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 to resolve an issue where crashes occurred in all supported versions of Microsoft Outlook® when users were reading certain emails,” says a report in forum.
Patch Tuesday (a.k.a. Update Tuesday) is basically an informal term used for referring to Microsoft regular release of security patches for its regular software products. Microsoft had formally announced Patch Tuesday in October 2003.
November’s Patch Tuesday was a huge annoyance for administrators as it was slightly smaller but still pretty darn immense. “Microsoft issued 12 security updates addressing a total of 53 vulnerabilities. Four of them are rated critical and the remaining eight are important, with the impacted software list being long,” says Russ Ernst, director product management at HEAT Software.
“While last month’s patch load made 2015 the biggest patch year in recent memory, this month proves there is no slowing down. 123 total updates, with December yet to go,” he added. “Users running old code, specifically Vista, Server 2008 or Win 7, will want to patch MS15-114, the last of the criticals from Microsoft. This is memory corruption vulnerability in the Windows Journal scripting engine. The best course of pro-action here is to (again and again) remind your users not to open attachments from unknown senders,” Ernst said.
“The remaining bulletins from Microsoft are all rated important and should be wrapped into your normal patching cycle,” he further added. “The updates are mostly OS related, but there is an Office update and two other updates that affect Skype for Business. Four of the bulletins are resolving a vulnerability that has been publicly disclosed,” says Chris Goettl, product manager with Shavlik.
When it comes to resolving issues related to Microsoft Outlook® Patch Files that cause email problems, Outlook® users need to take Outlook Help and Support from Intelli Atlas, an independent tech support company that offers support to third party products, brands and services for Outlook®. With a team of Microsoft tech experts, the company offers its extensive support so that aggrieved Outlook® users can resolve the patch update issues via a tech support number +1-888-606-4841 that connects to the Outlook Help Desk.