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Exchange 2013 CU5 fixes SP1 Transport Agent Problems

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Alexander Zammit has been developing server applications for over 15 years. Most of his works involve Exchange integrated applications, including a FAX server, a mail security product and anti-spam products.

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The Transport Agent problems caused by Exchange 2013 SP1 are now fixed in Cumulative Update 5.

Some months ago we discussed how the highly awaited Exchange 2013 Service Pack 1 release was breaking many 3rd party Exchange applications:
Getting 3rd Party Applications to work with Exchange 2013 SP1

Service Pack 1 (aka Cumulative Update 4) is now superseded by the latest Cumulative Update release CU5 which is available for download from:
Cumulative Update 5 for Exchange Server 2013 (KB2936880)

CU5 fixes this problem keeping those critical add-ons running. Being a complete build, CU5 does not require the installation of SP1. Hence if SP1 is not yet installed we can avoid the problem altogether by moving directly to the latest CU.

 

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