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From: Girts Bitenieks (girtsb_at_multibanka.com)
Date: Wed Nov 20 2002 - 01:09:20 CST
Actually there is Office 2000 sp3 already out for a while!
Or use http://office.microsoft.com/Downloads/default.aspx download
center for all kinds of updates, addins & extras.
From: Eric [mailto:ewstellurian.net]
Sent: Tuesday, November 19, 2002 12:19 AM
To: auto472736hushmail.com; focus-mssecurityfocus.com
Subject: Re: outlook 2000 vs latest outlook express deployment
as long as you've applied the latest Office 2000 Service Pack (SP2
http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/2000/SP2upd.aspx) you will be in
decent shape. Office 2000 SP2 includes the Outlook Email Security
If you don't have Office 2000 SP2, but you do have Office SR-1a, you can
download the Outlook email security update separately. More info on
Security and Outlook and the OESU here:
the actual OESU is here:
the KB article about the update is here:
the OESU is also included in Office 2002.
Outlook Express is an entirely different product, built by a different
(nuff said). You should use Outlook, and not OE, if possible.
At 09:01 PM 11/17/2002 -0800, auto472736hushmail.com wrote:
>Our school have been using eudora for many years. Due to political
>reasons, we now have to migrate to outlook. We have licensed copies of
>Outlook 2000 which provides the tasks, calendar, etc. functions
>and the latest free version of Outlook Express. In terms of security,
>which version is more secure? We do not have a budget for Outlook 2002
>However, we have enough paid Outlook 2000 licenses to more than
>everyone at this point. I am just concerned with the security issues.
>already have an antivirus solution at the mail gateway and also NAV on
>Get your free encrypted email at https://www.hushmail.com