Microsoft Outlook 2013

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  1. Microsoft Lync is still fully integrated into Microsoft Outlook 2013 so you can view a colleague's status and start an audio or video call right from within Microsoft Outlook 2013. While the mail view is a bit difficult to read because of the monochromatic color scheme, Microsoft Outlook 2013.
  2. Important: If you have a Microsoft Microsoft 365 account, and you use Outlook and Outlook on the web or Outlook on the web for business, you need to create a signature in both products. To create and use email signatures in Outlook on the web, see Create and add an email signature in Outlook.com or Outlook on the web.

File: Microsoft Outlook 2013 Workshop Page 7 of 49 04/01/15. Click the on File tab, and then select the Options icon. The Outlook Options window will appear. Click on the Mail option, and then select Advanced. Outlook provides the ability to setup and change format for your messages, and stationery.

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Certain Office 2013 products are kept up to date automatically by using a technology called Click-to-Run. If you'd like to verify that you're up to date, check your Office version number and manually update Office if necessary.

Note

The most current version of Office 2013 is 15.0.5337.1001, which was released on April 13, 2021.

To check your version of Office, do the following:

  1. Open any Office 2013 application, such as Word or Excel.

  2. Choose File > Account.

  3. Under Product Information, note the version number below Office Updates.

    If the version number matches the most current version, you're up to date. If not, you can manually update to get the latest version of Office 2013. To update Office, follow these steps.

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List of release dates, version numbers, and fix information for Office 2013 updates

The following table provides a list of updates for Office 2013, with the most recent release date listed first. The table includes the version number for the release and a link to the Microsoft Knowledge Base (KB) article, if available, that contains information about the fixes that are included in the update.

New versions contain all the updates contained in previous versions.

Note

The KB articles listed below are for reference purposes only. Click-to-Run updates include all the fixes listed in the KB articles. You don't need to download the separate updates listed in the KB articles.

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Release yearRelease dateVersion numberMore information
2021April 1315.0.5337.1001KB 5001778
March 915.0.5327.1000KB 5000635
February 915.0.5319.1000KB 5000653
January 1215.0.5311.1000KB 4583559
2020December 815.0.5301.1000KB 4583521
November 1015.0.5293.1000KB 4583503
October 1315.0.5285.1000KB 4583495
September 815.0.5275.1000KB 4576653
August 1115.0.5267.1000KB 4563408
July 1415.0.5259.1000KB 4559453
June 915.0.5249.1001KB 4559448
May 1215.0.5241.1000KB 4549680
April 1415.0.5233.1000KB 4549670
March 1315.0.5223.1001KB 4538705
February 1115.0.5215.1000KB 4538704
January 1415.0.5207.1000KB 4536554
2019December 1015.0.5197.1000KB 4532624
November 1215.0.5189.1000KB 4527848
October 815.0.5179.1000KB 4522242
September 1015.0.5172.1000KB 4517986
August 1315.0.5163.1000KB 4514418
July 915.0.5153.1001KB 4509295
June 1115.0.5145.1001KB 4505743
May 1415.0.5137.1000KB 4501270
April 915.0.5127.1000KB 4495300
March 1215.0.5119.1000KB 4491754
February 1215.0.5111.1001KB 4488446
January 815.0.5101.1002KB 4484800
2018December 1915.0.5093.1001KB 4477615
November 1315.0.5085.1000KB 4469617
October 915.0.5075.1001KB 4464656
September 1115.0.5067.1000KB 4459402
August 1415.0.5059.1000KB 4346823
July 1015.0.5049.1000KB 4340798
June 1215.0.5041.1001KB 4299875
May 815.0.5031.1000KB 4133083
April 1015.0.5023.1000KB 4098622
March 1315.0.5015.1000KB 4090988
February 1315.0.5007.1000KB 4077965
January 915.0.4997.1000KB 4058103
2017December 1215.0.4989.1000KB 4055454
November 1415.0.4981.1001KB 4051890
October 1015.0.4971.1002KB 4043461
September 1215.0.4963.1002KB 4040279
July 2715.0.4953.1001KB 4036121
July 1315.0.4945.1001KB 4033107
June 1315.0.4937.1000KB 4023935
May 915.0.4927.1002KB 4020152
April 1115.0.4919.1002KB 4016803
March 1415.0.4911.1002KB 4013886
February 2215.0.4903.1002KB 4010765
January 1015.0.4893.1002KB 3214449
2016December 1315.0.4885.1001KB 3208595
November 815.0.4875.1001KB 3200802
October 1115.0.4867.1003KB 3194160
September 1315.0.4859.1002KB 3188548
August 915.0.4849.1003KB 3181038
July 2515.0.4841.1002KB 3179661
July 1215.0.4841.1001KB 3173835
June 1415.0.4833.1001KB 3166910
May 2515.0.4823.1004This version fixes a crash that may occur during the installation process.
May 1015.0.4823.1002KB 3158453
April 1215.0.4815.1002KB 3150264
March 815.0.4805.1003KB 3143491
February 1715.0.4797.1003This version fixes a problem that may cause Office apps, such as Word, Excel, or Outlook to freeze or perform very slowly when you scroll the window or when you copy and paste text.
February 915.0.4797.1002KB 3137471
January 1215.0.4787.1002KB 3131245
2015December 815.0.4779.1002KB 3121650
November 2415.0.4771.1004This version fixes an Outlook crash.
November 1015.0.4771.1003KB 3108456
October 1315.0.4763.1003KB 3099951
September 815.0.4753.1003KB 3092181
August 1115.0.4745.1002KB 3083805
July 1415.0.4737.1003KB 3077012
June 915.0.4727.1003KB 3068507
May 1215.0.4719.1002KB 3061974
April 1415.0.4711.1003KB 3050766
March 1015.0.4701.1002KB 3040794
February 1015.0.4693.1002KB 3032763
2014December 915.0.4675.1002KB 3020812
November 1115.0.4667.1002KB 3012392
October 1415.0.4659.1001KB 3003800
September 1615.0.4649.1003KB 2889931
September 915.0.4649.1001KB 2995902
August 1215.0.4641.1003KB 2989071
July 2415.0.4631.1004KB 2989605
July 815.0.4631.1002KB 2980001
June 1015.0.4623.1003KB 2971668
May 2215.0.4615.1002This version fixes activation errors.
May 1315.0.4615.1001KB 2964042
April 815.0.4605.1003KB 2955382
March 1115.0.4569.1508KB 2937335
February 2515.0.4569.1507KB 2817430 (Service Pack 1)
January 1415.0.4551.1512KB 2923177
2013December 1015.0.4551.1011KB 2916204
November 1215.0.4551.1005KB 2908105
October 815.0.4535.1511KB 2892139
September 1015.0.4535.1004KB 2884129
August 1315.0.4517.1509KB 2876211
July 915.0.4517.1005KB 2867767
June 1115.0.4505.1510KB 2860010
May 1415.0.4505.1006KB 2847265
April 915.0.4481.1510KB 2833132
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Applies to: Exchange Server 2013

In Microsoft Exchange Server 2013, the Outlook Anywhere feature, formerly known as RPC over HTTP, lets clients who use Microsoft Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, or Outlook 2007 connect to their Exchange servers from outside the corporate network or over the Internet using the RPC over HTTP Windows networking component. This topic describes the Outlook Anywhere feature and lists the benefits of using Outlook Anywhere.

Outlook Anywhere and Exchange 2013

The Windows RPC over HTTP Proxy component, which Outlook Anywhere clients use to connect, wraps remote procedure calls (RPCs) with an HTTP layer. This allows traffic to traverse network firewalls without requiring RPC ports to be opened. In Exchange 2013, this feature is enabled by default, because Exchange 2013 doesn't allow direct RPC connectivity.

Benefits of using Outlook Anywhere

Outlook Anywhere offers the following benefits to clients that use Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, or Outlook 2007 to access your Exchange messaging infrastructure:

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  • Users have remote access to Exchange servers from the Internet.

  • You can use the same URL and namespace that you use for Outlook Web App and Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync.

  • You can use the same Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) server certificate that you use for both Outlook Web App and Exchange ActiveSync.

  • Unauthenticated requests from Outlook can't access Exchange servers.

  • You don't have to use a virtual private network (VPN) to access Exchange servers across the Internet.

  • If you already use Outlook Web App with SSL or Exchange ActiveSync with SSL, you don't have to open any additional ports from the Internet.

  • You can test end-to-end client connectivity for Outlook Anywhere and TCP-based connections by using the Test-OutlookConnectivity cmdlet.

Deploying Outlook Anywhere

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In Exchange 2013, Outlook Anywhere is enabled by default, because all Outlook connectivity takes place via Outlook Anywhere. The only post-deployment task you must perform to successfully use Outlook Anywhere is to install a valid SSL certificate on your Client Access server. Mailbox servers in your organization only require the default self-signed SSL certificate.

Managing Outlook Anywhere

Tell to win pdf free download for windows 7. You can manage Outlook Anywhere by using the Exchange admin center or the Exchange Management Shell.

Outlook Anywhere coexistence

If you are planning to install Exchange 2013 in a coexistence scenario with previous versions of Exchange Server, you might still have Outlook 2003 clients in your organization. Outlook 2003 is not a supported client for Exchange 2013.

Before you move your namespace to Exchange 2013, you need to ensure that all Outlook clients have been upgraded to the minimum supported version. Outlook 2007 or higher is required for an Outlook Anywhere connection to Exchange 2013, even if the target mailbox is still on Exchange 2007 or Exchange 2010.

If you are currently using Outlook Anywhere in your Exchange 2007 or 2010 environments, in order to allow your Exchange 2013 Client Access Server to proxy connections to your Exchange 2007/2010 servers, you must enable and configure Outlook Anywhere on all of the Exchange 2007/2010 CAS in your organization. However, if you are not currently using Outlook Anywhere in your Exchange 2007/2010 environment and you don't want to start using it, then you don't need to enable Outlook Anywhere in the legacy environment. For instructions on enabling Outlook Anywhere for Client Access Servers running on Exchange Server 2007, see How to Enable Outlook Anywhere. For instructions on enabling Outlook Anywhere for Client Access Servers running on Exchange Server 2010, see Enable Outlook Anywhere.

Make sure that when you enable Outlook Anywhere on the Client Access Server, choose NTLM for IIS authentication.

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Finally, configure the Outlook Anywhere external host name to point to the Exchange 2013 Outlook Anywhere host name. For instructions for Exchange Server 2007, see How to Configure an External Host Name for Outlook Anywhere. For instructions for Exchange Server 2010, see Configure an External Host Name for Outlook Anywhere.

Testing Outlook Anywhere connectivity

You can test for end-to-end client Outlook connectivity by doing either of the following:

  • Running the Test-OutlookConnectivity cmdlet. The cmdlet tests for Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTP) connections. If the cmdlet test fails, the output notes the step that failed. For detailed syntax and parameters, see Test-OutlookConnectivity.

  • Running the Outlook Anywhere connectivity test using the Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer (ExRCA). When you run this test, you get a detailed summary showing where the test failed and what steps you can take to fix issues. For more information, see Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer.

Both tests try to sign in through Outlook Anywhere after obtaining server settings from the Autodiscover service. End-to-end verification includes the following:

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  • Testing for Autodiscover connectivity

  • Validating DNS

  • Validating certificates (whether the certificate name matches the website, whether the certificate has expired, and whether it's trusted)

  • Checking that the firewall is set up correctly (ExRCA checks overall firewall setup. The cmdlet tests for Windows firewall configuration.)

  • Confirming client connectivity by signing in to the user's mailbox

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