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Hi :)

First of all:
I am running an Exchange 2003 Environment with a RIM Blackberry Enterprise Server attached.
Yesterday, I applied ExchSrv2003 SP2. The Server Properties (or the Store.exe itself) are now on V. 6.5 (Build 7638.2).

In this KB Article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/895949/EN-US/ under the CAUSE section it states that the issue (Problems with Sending Mails from Mobile Devices like f.e. Blackberry) http://support.microsoft.com/kb/912918/EN-US/ may occur if you are running SP2 with a Store.exe version that is equal to or later than version 7650.23. The servers are running SP2, but my Store.exe version is at 7638.2.

How can it be, that i'm running an older store.exe with SP2 and what means that to me regarding above mentioned MS issue? I don't know if i should apply the patch (which is not downloadable but has to be ordered from MS) or just leave it.

Thx and regards
Oliver

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If you installed SP2 yesterday, then you don't have the latest updates.
On Tuesday night, Microsoft released a hot fix for Exchange through Automatic Updates. That makes the change to the store that causes the problems outlined in 912918.

What Microsoft have done is put the change in to all hotfixes for Exchange after a certain version, and the update that came out earlier in the week was the first once that forced the behaviour change on everyone.

RIM have a KB article on their web site here:
http://tinyurl.com/ghtp3

this is the LONG version of the above URL:
http://www.blackberry.com/knowledgecenterpublic/livelink.exe/fetch/2000/8021/8149/8064/Support_-_User_cannot_send_messages_because_the_Send_As_permission_has_been_revoked.html?nodeid=1166052&vernum=8

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Thanks for quick answer.

>If you installed SP2 yesterday, then you don't have the latest updates.
On Tuesday night, Microsoft released a hot fix for Exchange through Automatic Updates. That makes the change to the store that causes the problems outlined in 912918.

But Tuesday night was before. I updated the machine yesterday evening (that's Wednesday evening).
I do not see KB895949 in Windows Updatehistory and there's no remaining Patch to be applied. Is it possible, that MS revoked KB895949 in the meantime?

Still unclear (for me) is the exchange version 7638.2 which should be 7650.23 (?). Any idea?

Thanx
Oliver
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The update that was released on Tuesday is covered by

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?kbid=916803
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms06-019.mspx

On my home Exchange server I have 7638.2

The information I have is that you need to make the Send As change when deploying Tuesday's hotfix. That would indicate that the behaviour has been changed within Exchange by that update.

I haven't deployed the hotfix on 895949 and as far as I am aware it hasn't been released via any of the updates mechanism.

Simon.
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That's interesting.
I deployed KB916803 just before installing SP2, that was KB916803 for Exch.2003 SP1.
After that, i deployed KB916803 again - but this time for Exch.2003 SP2. Didn't recognize that.

Will review the Send As change (even if users didn't report any problems so far).

Thanx much for quick help.
Oliver
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Due to Microsoft's support policy, we are effectively running with two versions of Exchange 2003 - SP1 and SP2.
Patches for SP1 may not be in SP2. Remember service pack 2 is now almost 12 months old. If you apply a fix released for SP1 after July 2005, then it will not be service pack 2.

Simon.
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