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Microsoft solves iPhone email flaw

Software fix addresses Mac Mail problems

An update to Exchange 2007 released by Microsoft should solve problems that may have prevented email from Exchange Server 2007 from being received by Apple’s iPhone.

Yesterday the software maker released Rollup 3, the third update to the Exchange Server 2007. The update, which should address issues some have with Apple Mac Mail, came just ahead of today’s US release of the iPhone.

It will hopefully resolve some of the issues users have encountered, including certain Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) clients being unable to open email messages accessing mailboxes on a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 server.

The update will be available via Microsoft Update and at the Microsoft Download Centre.

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