Running BCM database from a SBS 2003 server



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  • 4. "Business Contact Manager for Outlook could not complete" error ms
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  • 5. BCM shutting down over and over and over and over
    Well, I thought I finally made it through one day without BCM locking up and shutting down. But I made the fatal mistake of trying to update one more contact before going to bed. I entered a name inthe search field and hit enter and BCM shut down and sent off the prerequsite report to MS. If it has done this once since the 07 upgrade it has done it 500 times. Is there a fix onthe way? Jim

Re: Running BCM database from a SBS 2003 server

Postby soeyken » Wed, 29 Nov 2006 18:00:23 GMT

i Chris or Raul,

I'm also interested in the white paper ;o)


Chris Swinney schreef:

Re: Running BCM database from a SBS 2003 server

Postby Raul » Fri, 01 Dec 2006 03:54:15 GMT

i All

Here is the link

Hope this helps
With Regards

Raul Thomas

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