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  • 1. BCM and backend servers?
    Hello :-) I am trying to figure out of what backend versions that can be used, since I though that BCM could only connect to the database engine that was shipped with it, but this might not be true? Could anyone please fill me in what backend server can be used with any kind of BCM versions, please? Like; 1) Can BCM v1/v2 use SQL 2005 Express instead of MSDE? can it connect to other versions as well? Full version of SQL Server? 2) Can BCM2007 connect to any versions of SQL as well? Can it connect to MSDE? Thanks for any replies! Kind regards, Robert
  • 2. BCM separate database from Outlook?
    I just upgraded from office xp to 2007 and have been using outlook for contact management and email. I have just started learning about what BCM is. Is BCM an outlook add-in that uses the outlook interface but creates a completely separate database with no relation to the outlook database? For example, if I import or copy contacts from outlook into BCM do I now have 2 distinctly separate and unrelated information paths for these contacts? Will a change in a contacts phone number in BCM be changed in Outlook?
  • 3. Views in Business Contact Manager for 2003
    I notice when i open my business contact form that i see a preview of my emails at the bottom (from my inbox). Is there anyway that i can remove this as i can't seem to go to the View menu and customise? Thanks Gillian
  • 4. linking multiple prior appointments to business contacts
    Is there any way to quickly link MULTIPLE prior appointments to business contact records? I was using Outlook 2003 and just upgraded to Outlook 2007 with BCM. I need to go back for the past 6+ months and link my client appointments with my new client business contacts. I have tried lots of things but you have to manually link each individual record and there doesn't appear to be an easy or quick way to do this!
  • 5. Business Contact Manager Slow
    I am experiencing a situation that when the Business contact manager add in is loaded, Outlook starts slow. it also displays a message that reads : Your server adminstrator has limited the number of items you can open simultaneously. Try closing messages you have opened or removing attachments and images from unsent messages you are composing. I have a SBS 2003 server running Exchange 2003, I have a new Sony laptop (one of my users) that is experiencing this problem. When I remove BCM add in everything works quickly. This is worse when the computer is away from the network than when it is on the network. When the user was traveling, the startup time for Outlook reached as long as 15 minutes with BCM and less than 45 seconds without. Any Ideas about how to speed this up and why it is so slow would be helpful. Thank you

BCM with Pocket PC 5.0

Postby R2FydGg » Sun, 10 Feb 2008 03:59:01 GMT

I often use voice command for contacts. It appears not to look through the 
Business contacts database using the voice commands for calling.

Is there any way to get this working?

RE: BCM with Pocket PC 5.0

Postby RWRkaWU » Fri, 07 Mar 2008 06:59:01 GMT






RE: BCM with Pocket PC 5.0

Postby RWRkaWU » Fri, 07 Mar 2008 07:00:03 GMT

did you ever get a response from anyone. I have the same problem.





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