945684: Description of Update Rollup 1 for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1

Holy sh1t have you read the fixes that are in this!

925252: The Store.exe process uses almost 100 percent of CPU resources, and the size of the public folder store increases quickly in Micorosoft Exchange Server 2007
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Consider the following scenario. You create a Contacts folder in public folder tree that is located in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment. Additionally, you add some contacts in the Contacts folder. A user opens the properties of the Contacts folder in Microsoft Office Outlook. Then, the user clicks to select the Show this folder as an e-mail Address book check box in the Outlook address book, opens the Outlook address book, and then browses to the Contacts folder. In this scenario, the Store.exe process on the Exchange Server 2007 server uses almost 100 percent of CPU resources. Additionally, the size of the public folder store increases quickly.

941655: The Store.exe process stops responding, and event ID 9659 is logged on a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 server
The Store.exe process stops responding on a server that is running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

942424: On an Exchange Server 2007-based computer, the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service stops unexpectedly when you start the service or when you mount a database store
On a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007-based computer, the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service stops unexpectedly when you start the service or when you mount a database store.

943371: Event IDs 8206, 8213, and 8199 are logged in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment
…many transaction logs are created. This situation causes the hard disk drive to become full, the stores to unmount, and cluster continuous replication (CCR) to stop functioning.

943479: Some source mailboxes are merged into one target mailbox after you use a Move-Mailbox cmdlet to migrate the mailboxes from a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 organization to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 organization
You use a Move-Mailbox cmdlet to migrate the mailboxes from a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 organization to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 organization. To speed up the migration process, you run a migration script that executes multiple parallel processes with the Move-Mailbox cmdlets on the Exchange servers. However, duplicate aliases exist after the migration process. Additionally, multiple source mailboxes are merged into one target mailbox.

944451: Only the entries in the MailSubmission log are returned when you run the Get-MessageTrackingLog cmdlet against a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 server that hosts both the Hub Transport role and the Mailbox role
You run the Get-MessageTrackingLog cmdlet to search the message tracking logs against a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 server that hosts both the Hub Transport role and the Mailbox role. However, the results that are returned include only the entries in the MailSubmission log.

945428: An e-mail message is in disorder and is unreadable in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment
In a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment, an e-mail message is in disorder and is unreadable. However, the same e-mail message is readable if it is received by a user in a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 environment.

942647: The display name of an e-mail address is not encoded correctly according to RFC 2047 when you use extended characters in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007
In a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 environment, you send an e-mail message to an external user. However, the e-mail address is not correctly encoded according to RFC 2047

  • The display name of the recipient or of the sender is in the Lastname, Firstname format.
  • The display name of the recipient or of the sender contains an umlaut

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