Important Fix for CodeTwo Exchange Rules

We have just released a vital patch to CodeTwo Exchange Rules for version 3.0 and 2.0. Its solves two of the issues reported by our users. One involved messages getting stuck in long queues. As a result, messages did not leave Exchange server or were sent with a significant delay after sitting in “Messages awaiting Active Directory lookup” queue. The second problem was related to CPU being overloaded by inetinfo.exe process.

We recommend this fix to all users of CodeTwo Exchange Rules for Exchange 2000/2003. The update is free but the users of  CodeTwo Exchange Rules 2.0 and 3.0 will need to install respective installers.

The patch is available through the same button as the full version.

Download patch for CodeTwo Exchange Rules 3.0

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2 thoughts on “Important Fix for CodeTwo Exchange Rules


  1. Hi Paul,

    The fix is for free for licensed users. The only difference between a full and trail version is that the latter appends an ad line: “Disclaimer added by CodeTwo Exchange Rules? below your personal disclaimer. If you have a registered version of CodeTwo Exchange Rules, the file you have downloaded will act as a full, new version of the program. In other words, the file itself is not just a FIX – it is an entire application with the fix already implemented. The only thing you have to do is to install it on top of the existing version of the program and reboot the server afterwards. All settings and templates will be kept.

    Best regards
    Simon

  2. Great to hear there is a fix for the smtp queue problem. However, the link you give above is to http://www.codetwo.com/exchange-rules/download/ – which takes me to a generic trialware page. No mention of patches and the only mention of updates is prefaced by “you will have to buy an activation code” … hmm, is the fix free or is it not? Is there any reason there isn’t a link somewhere directly to the patches? I have a fully paid for Exchange Rules 2003 3.0.0.14 that causes the above issues on a production SBS environment. Could you let me know where the patches are hidded?

    Regards

    Paul R

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