Insider Fast release notes: 15.35 (170517)

Here’s a quick look at this week’s Insider Fast update: 15.35 (170517):


Top bug fixes and improvements:

  • We no longer display an attachment icon in the message list for messages with inline images
  • When deleting a conversation using the hover button in the message list, the selection goes to the next conversation
  • For client certificate authentication, your email address must now match the email address of the certificate
  • You can now use tab key to navigate to the Security & Privacy preference in Outlook preferences
  • Drop-down list buttons in the event editor, including Duration and Time zones, now work properly


Other notes:

  • For any issues, please use Help > Contact Support
  • For feature requests, please use Help > Suggest a Feature
  • For weekly updates with the latest features and fixes listed here, join Insider Fast!
  • Want to try Outlook but don’t have a subscription or license? Get Outlook Preview!


Comments (8)

  1. David O says:

    This crashes WORD, OUTLOOK and POWERPOINT for me.

    Process: Microsoft Outlook [4268]
    Path: /Applications/Microsoft Outlook
    Version: 15.35 (15.35.17051700)
    Code Type: X86-64 (Native)
    Parent Process: ??? [1]
    Responsible: Microsoft Outlook [4268]
    User ID: 503

    Date/Time: 2017-05-19 15:14:19.293 -0700
    OS Version: Mac OS X 10.12.4 (16E195)
    Report Version: 12
    Anonymous UUID: 82427557-FD71-D00C-A2E7-11F79ECSD1C3

    Sleep/Wake UUID: 05C66FDC-D6AC-40F7-A2AA-0A1D7029O13B

    Time Awake Since Boot: 46000 seconds
    Time Since Wake: 5700 seconds

    System Integrity Protection: enabled

    Crashed Thread: 0

    Exception Type: EXC_CRASH (SIGABRT)
    Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000
    Exception Note: EXC_CORPSE_NOTIFY

    Termination Reason: DYLD, [0x4] Symbol missing

    Application Specific Information:
    dyld: launch, loading dependent libraries

    Dyld Error Message:
    Symbol not found: _OBJC_CLASS_$_OlkPresenceTarget
    Referenced from: /Applications/Microsoft Outlook
    Expected in: /Applications/Microsoft
    in /Applications/Microsoft Outlook

    Binary Images:
    0x105f6a000 – 0x106b43ff7 (15.35 – 15.35.17051700) /Applications/Microsoft

  2. Marouane says:


    I tested the new template feature on my mac (15.35 170517).
    There is a big issue with the way it works today.

    1. Create the template and save it as “myTemplate.emltpl”
    2. Send the template through “gmail”, for instance
    3. Download the template to your disk
    4. Try to open it as a template from Outlook for Mac. It will open as an attachment…

    The contents of the two files are identical, yet Outlook’s behaviour is totally different. So it’s obvious Outlook is using some file metadata to know which files have been created by Outlook. Running “mdls myTemplate.emltpl” on both files shows that for the first file “OPIM” is assigned to CreatorCode and obviously Outlook is using this to know if it’s a template or an attachment instead of just using the file extension. This is not very great and breaks our workflow.

    If this is not where we should report issues with this feature, please tell me where can I submit it.

    1. Marouane says:

      I had to run manually “SetFile -t vTPL myTemplate.emltpl” on the terminal to get Outlook to finally recognise the file as a template.
      I also contacted Outlook Support with a screen recording of the bug. They told me it’s under investigation. So I’ll wait for now.

      1. Thanks for the comments here. Yes, using Contact Support in Outlook is the best way to report this issue. Will check to see if we can get an update on your ticket.

        1. Marouane says:

          Hi Jeffrey. Yes, an update on the ticket will very much be appreciated. Thanks!

  3. Filippo says:

    I was announced that the feature “email receipt” shoul be available for the Insider Fast members, but I never received the specific update!

    1. Hi Filippo. Check the post here for details, including activation (O365 subscription) and server (O365 or on-prem Exchange) requirements: Please message us via Help > Contact Support if you meet those requirements and still don’t see the feature.

  4. James Brooks says:

    I’m still looking forward to bringing Sweep to Outlook and also a way to quickly filter and action all emails from a selected person, similar to how Airmail works.

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