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How can I upgrade Outlook 2007 to include BCM?

Postby Z2VyaGFyZA » Wed, 26 Dec 2007 08:49:00 GMT

I've got Windows Enterprise--do I have to buy Professional?

RE: How can I upgrade Outlook 2007 to include BCM?

Postby U2F0 » Fri, 28 Dec 2007 03:25:01 GMT

Hi gerhard,

Business Contact Manager 2007 is supported in Office Professional, Small 
Business and Ultimate editions.

-Sat





Re: How can I upgrade Outlook 2007 to include BCM?

Postby Vishnu Kumar O » Fri, 28 Dec 2007 19:43:09 GMT

Hi,

Business Contact Manager 2007 is supported with all High Value Office 2007 
Products
So it should work with Office Enterprise 2007 & Also Office Pro Plus 2007

Regards
Vishnu Kumar










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