In 2016, Microsoft released a new suite of security updates for its Outlook email client, including one that included the capability to capture email messages and send them to a server.
The capability was part of a broader security update that Microsoft had rolled out to address a range of issues that had plagued its Outlook application since the start of the year.
That included a variety of issues including an email attack that had infected millions of Microsoft Exchange servers, and a denial-of-service attack that could take out servers running Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and 2013.
In addition, Microsoft had released an update to its Outlook Web App, which was used to send email messages to users, to remove the capability.
However, when the company released the update to fix the security vulnerabilities, the security flaw was not patched until December of that year.
In early 2017, the company announced that it would be extending the patch for the Outlook Web app for another three years.
It said that it had discovered that Microsoft was working on a new version of the Outlook extension that would not work with the Outlook security updates that Microsoft released in December of last year.
Microsoft said that the company was working with a “suspected cybercriminal” to determine how to fix this security flaw.
Since then, Microsoft has been working to fix a series of security vulnerabilities in Outlook that were not patched before the security updates were rolled out.
The company said that while some of the fixes were small, the vast majority of the vulnerabilities could still be exploited by malicious actors.
In February, Microsoft announced that the security update for Outlook was still not patched.
On Monday, Microsoft said it had found a second attack that was able to infect servers running the Outlook web application.
The update for the Microsoft Outlook Web application is not currently affected by the latest security flaws, but it is still recommended that users update to the latest version of Outlook, which is now in beta.
A company spokesperson said that Microsoft would be releasing a new update for Microsoft Outlook in the coming weeks.
Microsoft has not released any security updates to address these new attacks.
Microsoft added that the vulnerabilities were fixed on Dec. 19, 2017, which means that Microsoft is still working on fixes for these issues.
The Microsoft Outlook security flaw that was discovered was the latest in a string of security flaws in Outlook, including a denial of service attack that compromised millions of Outlook servers in the 2016-2017 time period.
Microsoft Outlook had been the subject of a number of reports earlier in the year that had warned users that their accounts had been compromised.
One report claimed that hackers had stolen user passwords and other personal information from over 100 million accounts, while another said that hackers were using Outlook to steal credit card numbers and other information from more than one million accounts.