Microsoft Outlook 2013 October update – change in To-Do Bar Calendar

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Those of you who install Microsoft Outlook 2013, have a problem with Calendar in To-Do Bar.

This problem is that it shows only today meetings. It is a problem for most of us.

But not anymore.

Microsoft released new update for Microsoft Outlook 2013 – KB2825677

After installation of this update you will see in To-Do Bar calendar appointments for up to 7 upcoming days.

I think this is the most important change in this update.

But this update also resolves problems:

  • Appointments for up to 7 upcoming days (when space permits it) are now displayed when you have the Calendar Peek enabled in the To-Do Bar instead of only Today’s appointments (View-> To-Do Bar-> Calendar).
    Appointments for upcoming days are now also displayed when you hover on the word “Calendar” at the bottom of your Outlook window.
  • When you mark an email message as read or unread in the Inbox folder in Outlook 2013, the position of the Inbox folder is changed in the Folder pane.
  • When your user account is in a different forest than the Exchange server, the email configuration test fails and setting an automatic reply results in the error message: “Your automatic reply settings cannot be displayed because the server is currently unavailable. Try again later.”
  • When you try to update the meeting in Outlook 2013, you receive the following error message: “Could not complete the operation. One or more parameter values are not valid.”

You can download this update here:


And you can read more about this Hotfix here:

More details and download information for KB2768340


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