Second and Third email fields?

chockomonkey

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
IMAP
Are these accessible in any way through the reporting function?

or do I need to know SQL to get all these email addresses out of here...?
 

tlassner

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2013 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
I think it's not possible to show the fields email2 and email3 in the report.

I use an access frontend and connect to our remote database (mirrored db instance of the productive db) when I'm planing to make a report. Here I can combine related tabels/ make a query with the foreign key relations, e.g. contact and account table. So we are able to combine user defined account informations with the related business contacts.

The connnection to the database depends on the way you have set the db (local or remote db on a server). For our remote server we configured a sql odbc driver (DSN). Use windows NT authentification to get access. I recommend to only access to a copy of the productive database, cause the relations are not implemented in the db backend.

good luck

Tobias
 

chockomonkey

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
IMAP
I think it's not possible to show the fields email2 and email3 in the report.

I use an access frontend and connect to our remote database (mirrored db instance of the productive db) when I'm planing to make a report. Here I can combine related tabels/ make a query with the foreign key relations, e.g. contact and account table. So we are able to combine user defined account informations with the related business contacts.

The connnection to the database depends on the way you have set the db (local or remote db on a server). For our remote server we configured a sql odbc driver (DSN). Use windows NT authentification to get access. I recommend to only access to a copy of the productive database, cause the relations are not implemented in the db backend.

good luck

Tobias
Thank you for this post. It definitely got me headed in the right direction! I went a route that I believe is easier for my situation, because I won't need to be doing this all the time.

Thankfully, the Table names used for BCM are pretty self explanatory, but I did get hung up because there is no actual Table for Accounts. Instead, Accounts are brought up with a view.

So once I figured out all the variables I needed, I just wrote this simple SQL Script and executed it in MSFT SQL Server Management Studio Express:

SELECT Active, FullName, Email1Address, Email2Address, Email3Address

FROM dbo.PublicAccountsView

WHERE Active=1;

This yields all the results I wanted, then I just right-clicked on the results and used the "Save Results As..." option to get a .csv file.

So, cheers! Thanks for setting me on the right track and hopefully my input on this matter can help someone too :)
 

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