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Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 CU14 | 2.2 Gb
The Microsoft team is pleased to announce the availability of Cumulative Update 14 to Exchange Server 2016. This cumulative update includes fixes for nonsecurity issues and all previously released fixes for security and nonsecurity issues.This update also includes new daylight saving time (DST) updates for Exchange Server 2016.
Exchange Server 2016 CU14 build 15.1.1847.3 - Release date September 17, 2019:
Issues that this cumulative update fixes 4515255 “X-InnerException: Microsoft.Mapi.MapiExceptionRpcServerTooBusy” error when you try to use a mailbox in Exchange Server 2016
4515254 Event 1009 frequently occurs in application logs for lagged database copies in Exchange Server 2016
4502159 Adding or removing mailbox permission in EAC doesn’t address the msExchDelegateListLink attribute in Exchange Server 2016
4515276 Room mailbox accepts a meeting as “Free” if a booking delegate is set in Exchange Server 2016
4515275 Enable Get/Restore-RecoverableItems to work with Purges folder in Exchange Server 2016
4515274 AutodiscoverV2 request returns REST API endpoint not AutoDiscoverV1 endpoint in Exchange Server 2016
4515269 SentToMemberOf shows every recipient type not distribution groups when creating transport rule in Exchange Server 2016
4515272 Message is blocked in “SMTP Delivery to Mailbox” queue if exchange server is added in groups of a child domain in Exchange Server 2016
4515271 Can’t convert a migrated remote user mailbox to shared in Exchange Server 2016
4515270 SubmissionQueueLengthMonitor shows “System.ArgumentException: Transition timeout…” in Exchange Server 2016
4515267 NDR occurs when you resend message from alternate journaling mailbox to journaling mailbox in Exchange Server 2016
4515265 Removing In-Place Hold doesn't work for mailboxes in different domains in Exchange Server 2016
4515264 FindPeople request from Skype for Business on Mac fails with "Invalid Shape Specification" in Exchange Server 2016
4515263 Hide the "Validate-MailFlowThroughFrontDoor" command for Exchange Server 2016
4515262 Enable Remove-MobileDevice to delete mobile devices after migrating to Office 365 from Exchange Server 2016
4515261 Can’t copy eDiscovery search results for mailboxes with Exchange online archives in Office 365 in Exchange Server 2016
4515273 Mailbox auditing fails when you use SHA1Managed in Exchange Server 2016
4515266 Infinite loop in Recurrence.GetNumberOfYearsBetween() with the Japanese calendar in Exchange Server 2016
4520319 S/MIME signed reply draft behaves like the first message in conversation in Exchange Server 2016
4515832 Description of the security update for Microsoft Exchange Server 2019 and 2016: September 10, 2019
Exchange Server 2016 includes a number of advanced features for organizations to have a resilient deployment of email across multiple customer sites. It is closely integrated into other products such as Office, SharePoint, Skype for Business (formerly Microsoft Lync) and Office 365, and it shares a similar interface to Exchange Server 2013.
Many of the features in Exchange 2016 were first deployed in the cloud with Office 365 before coming to the on-premises version of Exchange. However, some features such as Clutter won't be included because they require Office Graph to work.
Exchange 2016 includes improved features and capabilities from previous versions of Exchange. These include a faster database availability group (DAG) failover time, which dropped from about 30 seconds to about 18 seconds, and a 22% lower input/output operations per second (IOPS) from Exchange 2013.
Exchange 2016 combines the mailbox and Client Access Server (CAS) roles, which should allow for simpler designs and architecture. It also includes support for BitLocker to provide additional protection for data at rest as well as enhancements to support hybrid Exchange setups.
Exchange team veteran Greg Taylor explains how the on-premises version of Exchange 2016 benefits from the proven cloud-based features and functionality of Exchange Online.
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Product: Microsoft Exchange Server
Version: 2016 CU14 (Build 15.1.1847.3)
Supported Architectures: x64
Website Home Page : www.microsoft.com
System Requirements: PC *
Supported Operating Systems: *
Software Prerequisites: *
Size: 2.2 Gb
* System Requirements: The following is a list of recommended and required items for installing Exchange Server 2016.
Exchange 2016 Server Requirements
- Coexistence: Requires Exchange 2010 SP3 UR11 or Exchange 2013 UR10
- OS: Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard or Datacenter (full GUI required, Core not supported).
- CPU: Minimum of 2 CPUs with 2 cores each; Intel and AMD are supported.
- Memory: For Mailbox role, 8GB memory minimum; Recommend 16GB or higher.
- Page file: Amount of RAM + 10MB, not to exceed 32778MB (32GB) for initial and maximum size.
- System (OS) partition: Must be NTFS. Recommend 120-150GB.
- Data partition(s): Can be ReFS. Total size of all legacy EDBs + optional 30-40% minimum for growth.
- Domain Controllers (DC): Must be Windows Server 2008 or newer.
- Active Directory Forest Functional Level (FFL): Must be Windows Server 2008 or newer.
- IPv6: Do not disable.
- .NET Framework: Only .NET Framework 4.5.2 is supported currently.
- Outlook Clients: Outlook 2010 with KB2965295 or newer (for Windows); Outlook 2011 for Mac or newer (for Mac).
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