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Summary

This article contains a complete list of the most recent hotfix updates, public updates, and service packs for Microsoft Outlook. Some Outlook features depend on Microsoft Word and Microsoft Office components. Therefore, you should also install the latest updates for the Word and Office core components.

Note

The information in this article applies only to U.S. English versions of Outlook. Other language versions of Outlook have some updates that differ from the updates that are listed in this article. To find links to the most recent cumulative and public updates for Microsoft Office, see Office updates.

This article will be updated to reference new updates as they are released.

For more information about the most recent Outlook updates, refer to the following sections, as appropriate:

Click-to-Run installations of Office

The following updates apply only to Office clients that are installed by using a .msi file. They do not apply to click-to-run installations of Office. By default, click-to-run installations are automatically updated.

To determine whether you are using a Click-to-run version of Office, click the File tab in Outlook, and then click Office Account. If you see Office Updates under Product Information, as shown in the following figure, you are using a click-to-run installation of Office.

To see the latest version information for click-to-run installations, click Update Options, and then click View Updates.

For more information about click-to-run updates and to find the latest click-to-run version, go to the following Microsoft Office articles:

Microsoft Outlook
  • Office 2016: Update history for Office 365 ProPlus (listed by date)
  • Office 2013: Update history for Office 2013
  • Office 2010: Update history for Office 2010 Click-to-Run products

Outlook 2016

MSI installations of Office 2016:

The following updates apply only to Office 2016 clients that are installed by using a .msi file. They do not apply to Click-to-run installations of Office 2016. By default, click-to-run installations are automatically updated. You cannot install the updates from these articles on click-to-run installations of Office 2016.

Outlook (global) update

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3141453 January 3, 2017, update for Outlook 2016 (KB3141453)

Outlook Junk Email Filter update

3115407 August 2, 2016, update for Outlook 2016 Junk Email Filter (KB3115407)

Microsoft Word update

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3128057 MS17-002: Description of the security update for Word 2016: January 10, 2017

Microsoft Office 2016 (Mso.dll) update

3141473 January 3, 2017, update for Office 2016 (KB3141473)

After you install all these updates, you should see the following versions of important files that are used by Outlook.

FileVersion
Outlook.exe16.0.4483.1000
Olmapi32.dll16.0.4483.1000
Outlfltr.dat14.0.16307.618
Winword.exe16.0.4483.1000
Wwlib.dll16.0.4483.1000
Mso.dll16.0.4483.1000

Outlook 2013

MSI installations of Office 2013:

The following updates apply only to Office 2013 clients that are installed by using a .msi file. They do not apply to Click-to-run installations of Office 2013. By default, click-to-run installations are automatically updated. You cannot install the updates from these articles on click-to-run installations of Office 2013.

Important

Updates for Office 2013 programs that are dated April 14, 2015, or later require Office 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) to be installed before you can install the update.

You can download and install Service Pack 1 for Office 2013 from the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2817430 Description of Microsoft Office 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1)

Outlook (global) update

3141466 January 3, 2017, update for Outlook 2013 (KB3141466)

Outlook (US English) update

2817430 Description of Microsoft Office 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1)

Outlook Junk Email Filter update

3115404 August 2, 2016, update for Outlook 2013 Junk Email Filter (KB3115404)

Outlook Social Connector global update

3054854 June 9, 2015, update for Outlook 2013 (KB3054854)

Outlook Social Connector Facebook provider

3054856 June 9, 2015, update for Office 2013 (KB3054856)

Outlook (UMoutlookaddin.dll) update

3101487 November 10, 2015, update for Office 2013 (KB3101487)

Microsoft Word update

3141464 January 3, 2017, update for Word 2013 (KB3141464)

Microsoft Office 2013 (Mso.dll) update

3141474 January 3, 2017, update for Office 2013 (KB3141474)

After you install all these updates, you should see the following versions of important files that are used by Outlook.

FileVersion
Outlook.exe15.0.4893.1000
Outllibr.dll15.0.4891.1000
Olmapi32.dll15.0.4893.1000
Outlfltr.dat14.0.16307.618
Socialconnector.dll15.0.4727.1000
Socialprovider.dll15.0.4723.1000
Facebookprovider.dll15.0.4723.1000
UmOutlookAddin.dll15.0.4771.1000
Winword.exe15.0.4893.1000
Wwlib.dll15.0.4893.1000
Mso.dll15.0.4893.1000

Outlook 2010

Important

Updates for Office 2010 programs that are dated November 11, 2014, or later require Office 2010 Service Pack 2 (SP2) to be installed before you can install the update.

You can download and install Service Pack 2 for Office 2010 from the following Microsoft Knowledge Base article:

2687455 Description of Office 2010 Service Pack 2

Outlook (global) update

3118313 MS16-107: Description of the security update for Outlook 2010: September 13, 2016

Outlook (localized language en-us) update

3055041 August 11, 2015, update for Outlook 2010 (KB3055041)

Outlook Junk Email Filter update

3115475 August 2, 2016, update for Outlook 2010 Junk Email Filter (KB3115475)

Outlook Social Connector global update

2726880 June 9, 2015, update for Outlook Social Connector 2010 (KB2553308)

Outlook Social Connector update (US-English update)

Note

The following update is the latest released localized update package for the Outlook Social Connector. Therefore, you have to install only Oscintl-en-us.msp from the following package (for U.S. English versions of Outlook 2010). The Osc-x-none.msp file in the following article (2553406) was updated with a later version and is available in the global update for the Social Connector (KB2553308).

2553406 Description of the Outlook Social Connector update (Osc-x-none.msp, Oscintl-en-us.msp): April 10, 2012

Outlook Social Connector SharePoint Provider update

2553267 Description of the Outlook Social Connector update (Oscmoss-x-none.msp): April 10, 2012

Outlook (UMoutlookaddin.dll) update

2760779 December 8, 2015, update for Office 2010 (KB2760779)

Microsoft Word 2010

3128034 MS16-148: Description of the security update for Word 2010: December 13, 2016

Office 2010 (Mso.dll)

3118380 MS16-148: Description of the security update for Office 2010: December 13, 2016

After you install all these updates, you should see the following versions of important files that are used by Outlook.

FileVersion
Outlook.exe14.0.7172.5000
Outllibr.dll14.0.7147.5000
Olmapi32.dll14.0.7172.5000
Outlfltr.dat14.0.16307.618
Sharepointprovider.dll14.0.6117.5000
Socialconnector.dll14.0.7151.5000
Socialprovider.dll14.0.6116.5000
Umoutlookaddin.dll14.0.7164.5000
Winword.exe14.0.7177.5000
Wwlib.dll14.0.7177.5000
Mso.dll14.0.7177.5000

Outlook 2007

The following hotfix packages dated February 2013 (or later versions) require you to have the 2007 Microsoft Office suite Service Pack 3 (SP3) installed before you install the update.

Outlook (global) update

3118303 MS16-107: Description of the security update for Outlook 2007: September 13, 2016

Outlook (US English) update

2687329 Description of the Outlook 2007 hotfix package (Outlook-en-us.msp): August 28, 2012

Outlook Junk Email Filter update

3115461 August 2, 2016, update for Outlook 2007 Junk Email Filter (KB3115461)

2007 Microsoft Office system (Mso.dll) update

3128020 MS16-148: Description of the security update for 2007 Microsoft Office Suite: December 13, 2016

After you install all these updates, you should see the following versions of important files that are used by Outlook.

FileVersion
Outlook.exe12.0.6753.5000
Mapir.dll12.0.6663.5000
Outllibr.dll12.0.6656.5000
Outlfltr.dat12.0.16306.1182
Winword.exe12.0.6762.5000
Wwlib.dll12.0.6762.5000
Mso.dll12.0.6762.5000

Outlook 2003

You must install Microsoft Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3) before you install the following update.

Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Word update

2878303 MS14-017: Description of the security update for Word 2003: April 8, 2014

After you install all the update, you should see the following versions of important files that are used by Outlook.

FileVersion
Emsmdb32.dll11.0.8333.0
Mso.dll11.0.8434.0
Outllib.dll11.0.8330.0
Outlook.exe11.0.8326.0
Winword.exe11.0.8411.0

After you install all these updates, click the Help menu, and then click About Microsoft Office Outlook. The About Microsoft Office Outlook dialog box should show the following build number.

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Microsoft Teams includes features that make it easy for users in your organization to share information between email in Outlook and chat or channel conversations in Teams and to stay on top of missed conversations. This article gives you an overview of these features and the admin controls that apply.

Share to Outlook

Share to Outlook lets users share a copy of a Teams conversation to an email in Outlook, without having to leave Teams. This feature is handy if users need to share conversations or status updates with users outside their immediate team or even your organization. Go to the top of the conversation in Teams, select ˙˙˙ More options, and then select Share to Outlook. To learn more, see Share to Outlook from Teams.

To use this feature, Outlook on the web must be turned on for the user. If Outlook on the web is turned off, the Share to Outlook option isn't displayed in Teams for the user. For steps on how to turn on and turn off Outlook on the web, see Enable or disable Outlook on the web for a mailbox.

Actionable activity emails

Users automatically get actionable missed activity emails which help them to catch up on missed conversations in Teams. The missed activity emails show the latest replies from a conversation, including messages that were sent after the missed message, and users can click Reply to respond directly from within Outlook. To learn more, see Reply to missed activity emails from Outlook.

Note

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This feature isn't supported in Outlook for Mac or some older versions of Outlook for Windows. For more information, see Actionable messages in Outlook and Office 365 Groups.

Microsoft Outlook App

You can use the Set-OrganizationConfig cmdlet together with the SmtpActionableMessagesEnabled parameter to turn off actionable emails. By default, the SmtpActionableMessagesEnabled parameter is set to true. Setting the parameter to false turns off actionable email messages across Office 365. For Teams users, this means that the Reply option to respond directly in Outlook isn't available in missed activity emails. Instead, the missed activity emails include a Reply in Teams option for users to reply in Teams.

Microsoft Outlook 365 Login

See also Actionable messages in Outlook and Office 365 Groups.