I noticed that as well.
That update is for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Vista.
My guess is the person writing, forgot it is Windows Mail in Windows
Sometimes the KB articles are not up right away so its absence now
The update is legitimate and applies to Windows Vista.
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"silas" <silas.NOSPAMprophet@gmail.com> wrote in message
> Hi. I'm viewing the newest updates for my Vista Home Premium and
> there's one entitled "Cumulative Security Update for Outlook Express
> for Windows Vista (KB929123)" That struck me as odd because it's my
> understanding OE won't run in Vista because it's been fully replaced
> by Windows Mail.
> I went to the Microsoft Knowledge Base and entered that article
> number and got this: "There are no documents that match your search
> for 'KB929123'"
> Is this some kind of hacker trick?