I have one machine that had it's hard drive fail 4 times in one month. I guess that is a good reason for not posting in a while. I thought this might make up for it.
Some of our customers are still running Exchange 5.5 even though mainstream support for the product will retire this year and extended support will retire next year (http://support.microsoft.com/gp/lifeprode). So, this may be the last time I get to update this list. Most of the hotfixes that are listed here are only available by calling Premier Support Services (PSS) at 1-800-936-3500 and asking for the fix.
All of these fixes require Service Pack 4.
Remember that these fixes include fixes from the past as well, so even if the KB article doesn't mention a incident that may seem like that big of a deal to you, many times there were many other issues before fixed that are very important. So, I would recommend that you stay up to date.
Newest Admin fixFax area codes below 300 may appear as ASCII characters on the Routing tab in Microsoft Exchange Server Administratorhttp://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?id=82135203-Jun-2003 01:30 5.5.2657.45 2,510,096 Admin.exe
Newest Performance OptimizerXADM: "Services List of Dependent Services Could Not Be Enumerated. -800FF336" Error Message When You Try to Use the Exchange Server Performance Optimizerhttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=82154326-Aug-2003 17:58 5.5.2657.63 100,624 Perfwiz.exe
CDOMeetings are unexpectedly moved one hour ahead or one hour behind in Exchange Server 5.5http://support.microsoft.com/?id=83701024-Nov-2004 00:39 5.5.2658.25 802,576 Cdo.dll
Directory (DSAMAIN)Dsamain.exe Generates an Access Violation and Then Stops Unexpectedlyhttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=82907511-Nov-2003 21:44 5.5.2657.78 507,152 Dsamain.exe
Groupwise ConnectorXCON: Non-Delivery Report is Generated When You Send a Message to a Novell GroupWise Recipient Who Has a 32-Character Domain Namehttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=81522803-Mar-2003 16:46 5.5.2657.27 400,144 Gwrouter.exe(Honestly, I choose not to support this myself so I chose the above executable. Perhaps another would be better.)
Information Store (This fixes a regression in the May 2004 Store Roll-up Fix that was pulled from HERE)The Store.exe process unexpectedly quits when Exchange Server 5.5 processes a delivery receipt or a read receipt messagehttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=888621- Or -Forwarded message may be discarded as a duplicate in Exchange Server 5.5http://support.microsoft.com/?id=82379923-Nov-2004 03:03 5.5.2658.25 2,635,536 Store.exe
JetXGEN: -1019 Error Messages When You Try to Recover the Databasehttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=81057927-Nov-2002 19:38 5.5.2657.5 807,184 Ese.dll
OWAMS04-026: Vulnerability in Exchange Server 5.5 Outlook Web Access could allow cross-site scripting and spoofing attackshttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=842436
IMCPublicMS03-046: Vulnerability in Exchange Server Could Allow Arbitrary Code Executionhttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=829436MSEXCIMC.exe 5.5.2657.72
I expect that there will be another IMC fix that will come out in the near future. If I see it I will post it.
MAPICustom MAPI program quits unexpectedly with an error in Emsmdb32.dllhttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=82166130-Jul-2003 04:59 5.5.2657.57 565,008 Emsmdb32.dll
Mailbox Cleanup AgentDM: Exchange Server 5.5 Post-Service Pack 4 Mailbox Cleanup Agent Fixes Availablehttp://support.microsoft.com/?id=309010Mbclean.exe is incremented to version 5.5.2655.34
Migration WizardXFOR: Migration Wizard Does Not Migrate Reoccurring Meetings from Lotus Notes R5http://support.microsoft.com/?id=274593Mlmignts.dll 5.5.2654.20
MTAThe Message Transfer Agent service continues to accept messages after the hard disk that contains the MTADATA folder fails in Exchange Server 5.5http://support.microsoft.com/?id=83913820-Apr-2004 18:08 5.5.2658.6 1,942,800 Emsmta.exe
I hope that this helps you all.
That Store fix being removed from the download site is actually quite annoying, as it's the one that is referred to as being required in site consolidation articles. In particular, this: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;843104
Perhaps someone could get the consolidation KB article updated, and point to the new fix?
I agree. This should be fixed. Last night we did get the updated rollup available for download though. I'll see if I can get the content people to update the other links though to point to the new link at http://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?kbid=841765