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Any more updates to Outlook 2007 for additional Exchange 2010 archive capabilities coming ?

Posted on 2011-03-25
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The recent Feb 2011 update to Outlook 2007, provided a portion of the access/features to Online Exchange 2010 archives that Outlook 2010 does.  Does anyone know if there are any future updates coming to Outlook 2007 to provide further capabilities regarding Exchange 2010 archives ?

Specifically looking to see if the ability to configure archive policies or the ability to configure access to those or existing policies is coming to any future update to Outlook 2007.
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This is the latest hot fix.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2475891
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That is the Feb update I am referring to.  Does anyone know if there are FUTURE updates to address existing Exchange 2010 Archive limitations ?
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No further updates after this, I have checked it from my premier access at MS site.
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