Emails from the Exchange 2016 and 2019 platform were disabled at the beginning of the year due to a failed date check, Microsoft announced on Saturday (1) on its blog. The bug has already been resolved, according to the company.
To fix the problem, the customer must run a code according to the file company instructions. There are no automated solutions yet.
According to the blog post, the error is not related to malware (malware that can be harmful to the system) or security issues.
The failure the company is facing calls for folklore.”millennium bug”, which would collapse at the beginning of December 31, 1999 to January 1, 2000, when a series of computers would read the number “00” for the year 2000 as if it were the year 1900. In the end, the crash did not happen.
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