Where change the path to CRM server in Outlook?



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Where change the path to CRM server in Outlook?

Postby YWw » Fri, 16 Jun 2006 13:15:02 GMT

Where change the path to CRM server in Outlook? I have a such error:
ther is a problem communicating with CRM server. The server might be 


Re: Where change the path to CRM server in Outlook?

Postby Luther » Fri, 16 Jun 2006 22:09:27 GMT

Do you mean BCM or MSCRM?

The "path" to BCM's database server is based on the host and db name in
the Mail profile, and the instance and tcp port number stored in the

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