In June 2000 ActiveVoice e-mailed its customers. The e-mail indicated that ActiveVoice is testing the update for Outlook designed to protect users from viruses spread via<br>attachments in e-mail. Our customer wishes to do the upgrade to their Outlook clients, but has held off doing so awaiting news from ActiveVoice on the issue.<br> <br>Can you please share with us the results of that testing? Is the update supported by ActiveVoice? Are there any caveats if the update is applied? Have there been any reported issues? <br><br>Thanks in advance for your help.<br><br>Rich Bailey<br>Master Technologist<br>Enterprise Unified Solutions, Inc.
I went and checked with the QA folks and they have completed testing all the patches for Outlook 2000 from Microsoft that were pulicly available as of about 3 weeks ago (which should include this version you're talking about).
All the testing looked good from our end. Early next week I can post a specific list of all the patches they applied if folks are interested.
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