lost - Business Contact form



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lost - Business Contact form

Postby U29sb21vbg » Wed, 07 Dec 2005 04:20:03 GMT

When I select a contact from within Business Contacts in Busines Contact 
Manager a message in the center of a blank screen comes up stating "Business 
Contact Manager was unable to initialize this form" under the General tab.  
The Details tab still shows complete information for each contact.  I have 
not been able to figure out how to fix this issue.  Thus far I have 
re-installed the Business Contact Manager Update as a possible solution.  I 
am concerned about uninstalling and losing my contact data.  Any help in 
resolving the lost form issue and fixing this would be appreciated.  Also, 
help with backup of the client data.

Re: lost - Business Contact form

Postby Raul » Wed, 07 Dec 2005 04:42:46 GMT

Hi Solomon

Do you see Business Tools ?If you dont can you check under help > about 
Microsoft Outlook > disabled items and enable the same.Aslo try the 
following link
 http://www.**--****.com/ ;en-us;839804

Hope this helps

With Regards

Raul Thomas

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