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Office 2004 for Mac 11.3.6: Exchange fixes

updated 03:55 pm EDT, Thu July 12, 2007

Office 2004 11.3.6

Microsoft has released Office 2004 11.3.6, an update to the popular productivity suite. This release fixes a vulnerability through which an attacker can overwrite the contents of your computer's memory with malicious code. It also addresses an issue with using public folders in Entourage, and it contains the latest postal code information for Japanese addresses. Specifically, a Microsoft Exchange public folder data loss issue is fixed. The problem causes data loss when public folder users who have a permission level of "Editor" or greater use Entourage to empty the cache for all public folders on the server running Exchange Server.The new release requires Mac OS X 10.2.8 (Jaguar) or later. Office 2004 11.3.6 is available as a 15.2MB download.




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  1. Herod

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    since 2004

    they're still finding security problems with this PoS office suite. ill think twice about upgrading my copy to what ever the next version is. 2011?

  1. ZinkDifferent

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    typical...

    Glad we fixed the Japanese addresses issue, because, Lord knows, that's a critical one. Absolutely no need to fix the regular data loss issues when using Exchange, or the broken delegates bug that can take out an entire mailbox, or any of the dozens of critical and data fatal bugs out there.

    Just be sure to finetune that next version of MS Messenger, guys... At least I'm glad that they know their priorities. Yeah, I really wish Apple would release a Word work-alike (and Excel work-alike) so we can retire this c*** that the Mac Business Unit keeps releasing.

    ...and to think that these guys USED to be good programmers. A long time ago. Before they joined Microsoft.

  1. notehead

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iWork isn't bad...

    ...although there are many functions and refinements to be made, I trust that they are forthcoming. Basic functionality is excellent. Meanwhile, Office is in version ELEVEN and still looks and feels like c***. I'm an iWork user and expect to remain so.

  1. Filmo

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Office 2004 is OLD

    I use Office 2004 (because like everybody else, you pretty much have to). It pisses me off that this program is essentially 4 years old!! Even if they leave everything else as is, couldn't they at least have ported it to run on intel machines natively? Does it really take 4 years to convert a carbon app to a cocca app?

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