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Accounting 2007 w/ Outlook 2003 Business Contact Manager, share da

Postby Q09SYWNjb3VudGluZw » Sat, 22 Sep 2007 04:18:00 GMT

I know the Accounting Pro 2007 and the Outlook 2007 w/ Business Contact 
Manager share one database (finally!) but does anyone know if you use Outlook 
2003 can you share that database. I'm using SBA 06 and Outlook 03 and they 
use 2 seperate databases. 

RE: Accounting 2007 w/ Outlook 2003 Business Contact Manager, share da

Postby Sm9obiBCZW5uZXR0 » Thu, 27 Sep 2007 00:42:09 GMT


Yes, you can share the database between Accounting 2007 and Outlook 2003 
w/Business Contact manager. Microsoft has released the SP4 update for Outlook 
2003, which enables integration with OA 2007. Download it here:
John Bennett

Re: Accounting 2007 w/ Outlook 2003 Business Contact Manager, share da

Postby mitdasein » Sun, 30 Sep 2007 00:29:50 GMT

On Sep 25, 8:42 am, John Bennett

SP 4 allows integration of BCM v2 with SBA v2, but it remains BCM v2
style integration--the same way its always been with BCM v2. SBA v2
won't recognize BCM v2 databases and will not merge itself into them.

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