Exchange 2013 SP1 arrived. Laggards* can finally start migrating to the 2013 version :)

There are many, many reasons to install the latest Service Pack for Exchange Server 2013. If you have a policy of installing Microsoft software only after the release of the first service pack, now it’s finally time to start your migration from previous Exchange versions. If you are already running Exchange Server 2013, you’ll be glad to know that this SP brings many improvements, namely:

  • DLP Policy Tips in Outlook Web App
  • DLP Document Fingerprinting
  • DLP sensitive information types for new regions
  • S/MIME support for OWA
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 support
  • Exchange Admin Center Cmdlet Logging
  • ADFS for OWA
  • Edge Transport server role
  • New communication method for Exchange and Outlook (MAPI/HTTP)
  • DAGs without Cluster Administrative Access
  • SSL offloading
  • Enhanced text editor for OWA
  • Apps for Office in Compose

Download Links

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) – Exchange Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) resolves issues that were found in previous versions of Exchange Server 2013. This update rollup is highly recommended for all Exchange Server 2013 customers.
  • Exchange Server 2013 SP1 UM Language Packs – These downloads contain pre-recorded prompts, grammar files, text to speech data, Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) files, and Voice Mail Preview capabilities for a specific language that is supported by Exchange 2013 SP1 Unified Messaging (UM). Warning: This UM language pack must only be installed as an add-in to Exchange Server 2013 SP1 Unified Messaging.

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