Released: Update Rollup 7 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3

The Exchange team is announcing today the availability of Update Rollup 7 for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3. Update Rollup 7 is the latest rollup of customer fixes available for Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3. The release contains fixes for customer reported issues and previously released security bulletins. Update Rollup 7 is not considered a security release as it contains no new previously unreleased security bulletins. A complete list of issues resolved in Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 3 Update Rollup 7 may be found in KB2961522. Customers running any Service Pack 3 Update Rollup for Exchange Server 2010 can move to Update Rollup 7 directly.

The release is now available on the Microsoft Download Center. Update Rollup7 will be available on Microsoft Update in September.

Note: The KB article may not be fully available at the time this post was published.

The Exchange Team

Comments (23)
  1. Meyercord says:



    Russian timezone will be correct if you have installed the 2014 time zone update for Russia (KB 2998527) for the Windows Server.

  2. jackal2001 says:

    Outlook anywhere working fine here. Finally upgraded from 2010 SP2 5v2 > 2010 SP3, then SP3 RU7. Haven’t found any issues to report on SP3 RU7 yet.

  3. Anonymous says:

    After applying UR7, Outlook Anywhere breaks.
    In IIS logs we see 403 Forbidden on each Outlook Anywhere request.

    After a rollback to UR6 everything worked fine again.

    Does anyone else observe the same issue?

    Thanks, Leo

  4. Anonymous says:

    Hi! Do this update incorporates DST changes in Russian timezone (kb2998527)? KB 2961522 just says "includes new daylight saving time (DST) updates for Exchange Server 2010 SP3" without any details. Thanks!

  5. Hoggle says:

    We’re currently running in a Co-Existence with Exchange 2010 SP3 RU6 and Exchange Server 2013 SP1 CU5. Is it advisable to update both Environments, knowing that there will be schema updates for both? If so should the 2010 update be done, before updating
    2013, or does it make any difference at all?

  6. Joe says:

    Concerning this Rollup and an issue it fixes ( It says it applies to Microsoft Exchange 2010 SP3 when used Exchange 2010 Standard or Enterprise version. Are
    they referring to a mixed environment of SP3 patched servers and RTM versions?

  7. fr says:

    Anyone tried it yet?

  8. Sahin says:

    Anyone have any issues after installing RU 7?

  9. tony says:

    Anyone installed it already? Any issues?

  10. xyz says:

    Will the plan be Exchange 2010 service pack 4 release before 2015/1/13 ?

  11. Marius Samartean says:

    Any bugs/stability issues with this update? Did somebody installed it?

  12. mike says:

    If I’m not experiencing any of the issues outlined in this Rollup, is it worth my while to get it? Also, will I need to install it to internet facing servers first, just like installing a SP?

  13. Brian says:

    I’m currently running Exchange 2010 SP2 UR 8 and Its running perfectly. However I’m going to migrate to exchange 2013 towards the end of the year and I understand I have to be on 2010 SP3 in order to do that.
    My concern is that my current SP2 UR 8 is From Jan 2014 and SP3 is from Feb 2013…11 months older.
    Can I install SP3 UR 7 and be up to date immediately?… if not what would be the correct upgrade path please?

  14. Neelendra says:

    We have exch201SP3 in our environment and we want to update roll up,can we update directly to roll up 7,although it is there is blog but wanted to confirm.

  15. Sahin says:

    Where are all the comments? This is my second attempt…..

  16. FormerPoster says:

    Why? This blog is dead.

  17. Martin R says:

    Deployed on a testbed without incident, but in a holding pattern for live (it’s start of term).

  18. Krzysztof says:

    Auto-mapping shared mialboxes not working in Outlook 2010 without SP2 after you will apply Rollup 5,6,7 for SP3. Where is information about it?

  19. Peter Klaffehn says:

    After installing UR7 i could not create a new outlook profile. At first autodiscover was not working. This could be fixed, the default domain was missing and had to be set. But after that a login window appeard when i tried to create the outlook profile.
    Entering username and password didnt help. So i went back to UR6 and after that everything was working fine again.

  20. Compass Keith says:

    This update completely botched my Exchange server. It installed two certificates that were misconfigured and interfered with my existing certs. It disabled and removed most of my Autodiscover service settings, as well as negatively impacting IIS and OWA.
    The ripple effect that this has caused a multitude of issues across the network. A complete POS.

  21. Elcman says:

    We upgraded from SP3 RU 2 to RU 7. for two weeks. We can’t see any problems. 20.000 mailboxes. We don’t use Outlook Anywhere. Every server on hardware.

  22. Rashwan says:

    After applying UR7, users can’t delete emails from IPhone. any help

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