February 9, 2016, update for Outlook 2010 Junk Email Filter (KB3114758)

This update provides the Junk Email Filter in Microsoft Outlook 2010 with a more current definition of those characteristics that define certain email messages as junk email. This update has a prerequisite and was released on February 9, 2016.
How to download and install the update

Microsoft Update

Use Microsoft Update to automatically download and install the update.

Download Center

This update is also available for manual download and installation from the Microsoft Download Center.If you're not sure what platform (32-bit or 64-bit) you're running, see Am I running 32-bit or 64-bit Office? Additionally, see more information about how to download Microsoft support files.

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Update information

Prerequisite

To apply this update, you must have Microsoft Office 2010 Service Pack 2 installed.

Restart information

You don't have to restart the computer after you install this update.
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How to determine whether the update is installed

To determine whether the update is installed on the computer, follow these steps, as appropriate for the operating system that you're running.

Windows 10
  1. Go to Start, enter View Installed Updates in the Search Windows box, and then press Enter.
  2. Examine the list for update KB3114758.
Note To uninstall this update, locate and then select update KB3114758, and then select Uninstall.

Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
  1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then select Search. Or, if you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, and then select Search.
  2. Enter windows update, select Windows Update, and then select Installed Updates.
  3. Examine the list for update KB3114758. If the update is in the list, note its Install On date.
Note To uninstall this update, locate and then select update KB3114758, and then select Uninstall.

Windows
7
  1. Go to Start, enter appwiz.cpl in the Search programs and files box, and then press Enter.
  2. Select View installed updates.
  3. In the list of updates, locate update KB3114758.
  4. If update KB3114758 is in the list of updates, the update is installed successfully on the computer.
Note To uninstall this update, locate and then select update KB3114758, and then select Uninstall.

Video: How to determine whether an update is installed in Windows 7

Windows Vista
  1. Go to StartStart Button, enter appwiz.cpl in the Start Search box, and then press Enter.
  2. Select View installed updates.
  3. In the list of updates, locate update KB3114758.
  4. If update KB3114758 is in the list of updates, the update is installed successfully on the computer.
Note To uninstall this update, locate and then select update KB3114758, and then select Uninstall.
Windows XP
  1. Go to Start, and then select Run.
  2. Enter appwiz.cpl, and then select OK.
  3. Select the Show updates check box.
  4. In the list of updates, locate update KB3114758.
  5. If update KB3114758 is in the list of updates, the update is installed successfully on the computer.
Note To uninstall this update, locate and then select update KB3114758, and then select Remove.

Known issues

Windows Update may return the error code 646 or 0x80070646. This results from updates not being installed successfully from Microsoft Update or through a manual install by using the /quiet and /passive flags.

For more information about how to fix this issue, select the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
2258121 Error code "0x80070646," "646," or "1606" when you try to install Office updates

You may also encounter the following issues when you try to install this update:
  • The update installation fails.
  • The system keeps reminding you to install this update even though you have already installed it.
  • The desktop doesn't load.
If you encounter any of these issues, try the following methods:

Method 1: Reset Windows Update components and then try updating your computer

To reset the Windows Update components automatically, select the Download button or link. Select Run in the File Download dialog box, and then follow the steps in the Easy fix wizard.

Note This Fix it solution has a Default mode and an Aggressive mode. You should run the Fix it solution in Default mode, and determine whether it fixes your problem with Windows Update before you run it in Aggressive mode.


Note This wizard may be in English only. However, the automatic fix also works for other language versions of Windows.

Note If you're not on the computer that has the problem, save the Fix it solution to a flash drive or a CD, and then run it on the computer that has the problem.

See how to reset Windows Update components for more information.

Method 2: Manually download the update from the download link and then install it in clean boot mode

We suggest you to install the updates in clean boot mode to avoid the interruption of non-Microsoft programs. To start clean boot mode, follow these steps:
  1. Go to Start, enter msconfig in the Start Search box, and then press Enter.
  2. If you're prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, enter the password or select Continue.
  3. On the General tab, select Selective Startup.
  4. Under Selective Startup, clear the Load Startup Items check box.
  5. Select the Services tab, select the Hide All Microsoft Services check box, and then select Disable All.
  6. Select OK.
  7. When you're prompted, select Restart.
  8. Try to update your computer again.
For more information about this method, go to the following Microsoft website:

Information for administrators about .msp files

This update consists of a full-file Microsoft Windows Installer (.msp) file. The .msp file is packaged in a self-extracting executable file. The following .msp file is distributed in this update:
Outlfltr.msp

Information for administrators about how to reinstall specific components

If you update your administrative installation point and then you recache and reinstall Outlook 2010 on client computers, you can run a command-line command that includes the REINSTALL=[ list of features ] property. This property specifies whether you want to reinstall specific components of Outlook 2010 from the administrative image.

For this update, the value for the REINSTALL=[ list of features ] property is as follows:
OUTLOOKFiles
Or, you can substitute the REINSTALL=ALL parameter to reinstall all Microsoft Office components on the client computer. See the policy for how email is filtered by the junk email filters in Outlook or in Exchange Server for more information. The Office System TechCenter contains the latest administrative updates and strategic deployment resources for all versions of Office. See the Office System TechCenter for more information.
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File Information
The global version of this update has the file attributes (or later file attributes) that are listed in the following table. 

x64

outlfltr-x-none.msp file information
File identifierFile nameFile versionFile sizeDateTime
Outlfltr.datOutlfltr.dat14.0.15706.5193,611,27212-Jan-201605:37

x86

outlfltr-x-none.msp file information
File identifierFile nameFile versionFile sizeDateTime
Outlfltr.datOutlfltr.dat14.0.15706.5193,611,27212-Jan-201605:37
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Article ID: 3114758 - Last Review: 02/09/2016 19:27:00 - Revision: 1.0

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