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Anyway to uninstall all the office updates only?

One of the newer M$ patches busted IMAP on one of my customers systems and M$ hasn't figured out which one.
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You have to uninstall them one by one. (Control panel, Programs & Features, View installed updates...)

Or easiest and quickest way: boot up in safe mode with command prompt and type rstrui.exe to restore your system to before a time when (problem) updates were installed.
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Not possible(system restore was turned off) and I tried that with a different system (W8.1) and still had the same issue.

What an ddfhjhkuyt!  nightmare!
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The fixes are in the url.

Again,avoid O2K13!
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