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Nadihaha

Hi,

In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.

We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up to now it
hasn't been installed)

We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently have a
corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)

Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business Contact
Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can share it
across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at least
similarly)?

If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is where we
are next looking to upgrade)

If not is there an advantage to us installing it?

Many Thanks in advance!!
 
N

Nadihaha

Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a Public
Folder.

Thanks

"Nadihaha" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
>
> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up to now it
> hasn't been installed)
>
> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently have a
> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)
>
> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business Contact
> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can share it
> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at least
> similarly)?
>
> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is where we
> are next looking to upgrade)
>
> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
>
> Many Thanks in advance!!

 
L

Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert

On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
> Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a Public
> Folder.
>
> Thanks
>
> "Nadihaha" wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
>>
>> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up to now it
>> hasn't been installed)
>>
>> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently have a
>> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)
>>
>> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business Contact
>> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can share it
>> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at least
>> similarly)?
>>
>> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is where we
>> are next looking to upgrade)
>>
>> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
>>
>> Many Thanks in advance!!

BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other respect
it's a standalone application.

It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has its
own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.

It's a very underrated program. :)
Leonid S. Knyshov
Crashproof Solutions
510-282-1008
Twitter: @wiseleo
http://crashproofsolutions.com
Microsoft Small Business Specialist
Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
 
N

Nadihaha

Okay, So if we choose to install it.

Can we have a a public folder with all of the contact in it like we do
outlook?

We are a smallish organisation not based in sales but are looking for a CRM
product, I think this might fit the bill but I've read that you can't share
the info which would kinda defeat the purpose of it.

Cheers

"Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert" wrote:

> On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
> > Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a Public
> > Folder.
> >
> > Thanks
> >
> > "Nadihaha" wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
> >>
> >> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up to now it
> >> hasn't been installed)
> >>
> >> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently have a
> >> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)
> >>
> >> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business Contact
> >> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can share it
> >> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at least
> >> similarly)?
> >>
> >> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is where we
> >> are next looking to upgrade)
> >>
> >> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
> >>
> >> Many Thanks in advance!!

> BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
> user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other respect
> it's a standalone application.
>
> It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has its
> own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.
>
> It's a very underrated program. :)
> > Leonid S. Knyshov
> Crashproof Solutions
> 510-282-1008
> Twitter: @wiseleo
> http://crashproofsolutions.com
> Microsoft Small Business Specialist
> Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
> Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
> .
>

 
N

Nadihaha

Ok I've spent a lot of time reading forums on this. We're currently running
Office 2003 Professional Edition - we are looking at updating to Office
Professional 2010 in the next financial year.

Can we share the database on an SQL server and all access the same contact
information? and can is there anway of controlling accesses?

Or should we wait until we upgrade to 2010 to install BCM?

Our Client Relations Manager would really like something now, but if it's
not going to work it will have to wait.

Cheers

Nadia

"Nadihaha" wrote:

> Okay, So if we choose to install it.
>
> Can we have a a public folder with all of the contact in it like we do
> outlook?
>
> We are a smallish organisation not based in sales but are looking for a CRM
> product, I think this might fit the bill but I've read that you can't share
> the info which would kinda defeat the purpose of it.
>
> Cheers
>
> "Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert" wrote:
>
> > On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
> > > Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a Public
> > > Folder.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > >
> > > "Nadihaha" wrote:
> > >
> > >> Hi,
> > >>
> > >> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
> > >>
> > >> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up to now it
> > >> hasn't been installed)
> > >>
> > >> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently have a
> > >> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)
> > >>
> > >> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business Contact
> > >> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can share it
> > >> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at least
> > >> similarly)?
> > >>
> > >> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is where we
> > >> are next looking to upgrade)
> > >>
> > >> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
> > >>
> > >> Many Thanks in advance!!

> > BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
> > user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other respect
> > it's a standalone application.
> >
> > It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has its
> > own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.
> >
> > It's a very underrated program. :)
> > > > Leonid S. Knyshov
> > Crashproof Solutions
> > 510-282-1008
> > Twitter: @wiseleo
> > http://crashproofsolutions.com
> > Microsoft Small Business Specialist
> > Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
> > Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
> > .
> >

 
R

Raul Thomas

Yes the database can be hosted on a SQL server and can be shared with all
users.

Business contact manager does not provided Role based access and any user
that is given permission to the database will

be able to perform the same function
Regards

Rahul Thomas

MSFT

"Nadihaha" <Nadihaha> wrote in message
news:F59DD964-31C5-49FD-B4E8-F7156B6128B2@microsoft.com...
> Ok I've spent a lot of time reading forums on this. We're currently
> running
> Office 2003 Professional Edition - we are looking at updating to Office
> Professional 2010 in the next financial year.
>
> Can we share the database on an SQL server and all access the same contact
> information? and can is there anway of controlling accesses?
>
> Or should we wait until we upgrade to 2010 to install BCM?
>
> Our Client Relations Manager would really like something now, but if it's
> not going to work it will have to wait.
>
> Cheers
>
> Nadia
>
> "Nadihaha" wrote:
>
>> Okay, So if we choose to install it.
>>
>> Can we have a a public folder with all of the contact in it like we do
>> outlook?
>>
>> We are a smallish organisation not based in sales but are looking for a
>> CRM
>> product, I think this might fit the bill but I've read that you can't
>> share
>> the info which would kinda defeat the purpose of it.
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> "Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert" wrote:
>>
>> > On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
>> > > Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a
>> > > Public
>> > > Folder.
>> > >
>> > > Thanks
>> > >
>> > > "Nadihaha" wrote:
>> > >
>> > >> Hi,
>> > >>
>> > >> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
>> > >>
>> > >> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up
>> > >> to now it
>> > >> hasn't been installed)
>> > >>
>> > >> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently
>> > >> have a
>> > >> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)
>> > >>
>> > >> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business
>> > >> Contact
>> > >> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can
>> > >> share it
>> > >> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at
>> > >> least
>> > >> similarly)?
>> > >>
>> > >> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is
>> > >> where we
>> > >> are next looking to upgrade)
>> > >>
>> > >> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
>> > >>
>> > >> Many Thanks in advance!!
>> > BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
>> > user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other
>> > respect
>> > it's a standalone application.
>> >
>> > It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has its
>> > own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.
>> >
>> > It's a very underrated program. :)
>> > >> > Leonid S. Knyshov
>> > Crashproof Solutions
>> > 510-282-1008
>> > Twitter: @wiseleo
>> > http://crashproofsolutions.com
>> > Microsoft Small Business Specialist
>> > Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
>> > Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
>> > .
>> >

 
N

Nadihaha

Thanks Raul,

So even the 2003 version can be hosted on an SQL server?

This will allow all our users to access the database (provided the have BCM
installed obviously)

Many Thanks

"Raul Thomas" wrote:

> Yes the database can be hosted on a SQL server and can be shared with all
> users.
>
> Business contact manager does not provided Role based access and any user
> that is given permission to the database will
>
> be able to perform the same function
> > Regards
>
> Rahul Thomas
>
> MSFT
>
> "Nadihaha" <Nadihaha> wrote in message
> news:F59DD964-31C5-49FD-B4E8-F7156B6128B2@microsoft.com...
> > Ok I've spent a lot of time reading forums on this. We're currently
> > running
> > Office 2003 Professional Edition - we are looking at updating to Office
> > Professional 2010 in the next financial year.
> >
> > Can we share the database on an SQL server and all access the same contact
> > information? and can is there anway of controlling accesses?
> >
> > Or should we wait until we upgrade to 2010 to install BCM?
> >
> > Our Client Relations Manager would really like something now, but if it's
> > not going to work it will have to wait.
> >
> > Cheers
> >
> > Nadia
> >
> > "Nadihaha" wrote:
> >
> >> Okay, So if we choose to install it.
> >>
> >> Can we have a a public folder with all of the contact in it like we do
> >> outlook?
> >>
> >> We are a smallish organisation not based in sales but are looking for a
> >> CRM
> >> product, I think this might fit the bill but I've read that you can't
> >> share
> >> the info which would kinda defeat the purpose of it.
> >>
> >> Cheers
> >>
> >> "Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert" wrote:
> >>
> >> > On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
> >> > > Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a
> >> > > Public
> >> > > Folder.
> >> > >
> >> > > Thanks
> >> > >
> >> > > "Nadihaha" wrote:
> >> > >
> >> > >> Hi,
> >> > >>
> >> > >> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
> >> > >>
> >> > >> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager (up
> >> > >> to now it
> >> > >> hasn't been installed)
> >> > >>
> >> > >> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently
> >> > >> have a
> >> > >> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the corporation)
> >> > >>
> >> > >> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business
> >> > >> Contact
> >> > >> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can
> >> > >> share it
> >> > >> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at
> >> > >> least
> >> > >> similarly)?
> >> > >>
> >> > >> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is
> >> > >> where we
> >> > >> are next looking to upgrade)
> >> > >>
> >> > >> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
> >> > >>
> >> > >> Many Thanks in advance!!
> >> > BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
> >> > user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other
> >> > respect
> >> > it's a standalone application.
> >> >
> >> > It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has its
> >> > own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.
> >> >
> >> > It's a very underrated program. :)
> >> > > >> > Leonid S. Knyshov
> >> > Crashproof Solutions
> >> > 510-282-1008
> >> > Twitter: @wiseleo
> >> > http://crashproofsolutions.com
> >> > Microsoft Small Business Specialist
> >> > Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
> >> > Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
> >> > .
> >> >

 
R

Raul Thomas

Hi Nadia

Only the BCM 20007 version can be hosted
Regards

Rahul Thomas

MSFT

"Nadihaha" <Nadihaha> wrote in message
news:A1D29786-2869-4A5C-AAD1-F919A2B88EA9@microsoft.com...
> Thanks Raul,
>
> So even the 2003 version can be hosted on an SQL server?
>
> This will allow all our users to access the database (provided the have
> BCM
> installed obviously)
>
> Many Thanks
>
> "Raul Thomas" wrote:
>
>> Yes the database can be hosted on a SQL server and can be shared with all
>> users.
>>
>> Business contact manager does not provided Role based access and any user
>> that is given permission to the database will
>>
>> be able to perform the same function
>> >> Regards
>>
>> Rahul Thomas
>>
>> MSFT
>>
>> "Nadihaha" <Nadihaha> wrote in message
>> news:F59DD964-31C5-49FD-B4E8-F7156B6128B2@microsoft.com...
>> > Ok I've spent a lot of time reading forums on this. We're currently
>> > running
>> > Office 2003 Professional Edition - we are looking at updating to Office
>> > Professional 2010 in the next financial year.
>> >
>> > Can we share the database on an SQL server and all access the same
>> > contact
>> > information? and can is there anway of controlling accesses?
>> >
>> > Or should we wait until we upgrade to 2010 to install BCM?
>> >
>> > Our Client Relations Manager would really like something now, but if
>> > it's
>> > not going to work it will have to wait.
>> >
>> > Cheers
>> >
>> > Nadia
>> >
>> > "Nadihaha" wrote:
>> >
>> >> Okay, So if we choose to install it.
>> >>
>> >> Can we have a a public folder with all of the contact in it like we do
>> >> outlook?
>> >>
>> >> We are a smallish organisation not based in sales but are looking for
>> >> a
>> >> CRM
>> >> product, I think this might fit the bill but I've read that you can't
>> >> share
>> >> the info which would kinda defeat the purpose of it.
>> >>
>> >> Cheers
>> >>
>> >> "Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert" wrote:
>> >>
>> >> > On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
>> >> > > Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a
>> >> > > Public
>> >> > > Folder.
>> >> > >
>> >> > > Thanks
>> >> > >
>> >> > > "Nadihaha" wrote:
>> >> > >
>> >> > >> Hi,
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager
>> >> > >> (up
>> >> > >> to now it
>> >> > >> hasn't been installed)
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently
>> >> > >> have a
>> >> > >> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the
>> >> > >> corporation)
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business
>> >> > >> Contact
>> >> > >> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can
>> >> > >> share it
>> >> > >> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at
>> >> > >> least
>> >> > >> similarly)?
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is
>> >> > >> where we
>> >> > >> are next looking to upgrade)
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
>> >> > >>
>> >> > >> Many Thanks in advance!!
>> >> > BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
>> >> > user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other
>> >> > respect
>> >> > it's a standalone application.
>> >> >
>> >> > It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has
>> >> > its
>> >> > own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.
>> >> >
>> >> > It's a very underrated program. :)
>> >> > >> >> > Leonid S. Knyshov
>> >> > Crashproof Solutions
>> >> > 510-282-1008
>> >> > Twitter: @wiseleo
>> >> > http://crashproofsolutions.com
>> >> > Microsoft Small Business Specialist
>> >> > Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
>> >> > Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
>> >> > .
>> >> >

 
N

Nadihaha

Thanks Rahul,

looks like instaling BCM will have to wait until we upgrade.

Many Thanks for your assistance

"Raul Thomas" wrote:

> Hi Nadia
>
> Only the BCM 20007 version can be hosted
> > Regards
>
> Rahul Thomas
>
> MSFT
>
> "Nadihaha" <Nadihaha> wrote in message
> news:A1D29786-2869-4A5C-AAD1-F919A2B88EA9@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks Raul,
> >
> > So even the 2003 version can be hosted on an SQL server?
> >
> > This will allow all our users to access the database (provided the have
> > BCM
> > installed obviously)
> >
> > Many Thanks
> >
> > "Raul Thomas" wrote:
> >
> >> Yes the database can be hosted on a SQL server and can be shared with all
> >> users.
> >>
> >> Business contact manager does not provided Role based access and any user
> >> that is given permission to the database will
> >>
> >> be able to perform the same function
> >> > >> Regards
> >>
> >> Rahul Thomas
> >>
> >> MSFT
> >>
> >> "Nadihaha" <Nadihaha> wrote in message
> >> news:F59DD964-31C5-49FD-B4E8-F7156B6128B2@microsoft.com...
> >> > Ok I've spent a lot of time reading forums on this. We're currently
> >> > running
> >> > Office 2003 Professional Edition - we are looking at updating to Office
> >> > Professional 2010 in the next financial year.
> >> >
> >> > Can we share the database on an SQL server and all access the same
> >> > contact
> >> > information? and can is there anway of controlling accesses?
> >> >
> >> > Or should we wait until we upgrade to 2010 to install BCM?
> >> >
> >> > Our Client Relations Manager would really like something now, but if
> >> > it's
> >> > not going to work it will have to wait.
> >> >
> >> > Cheers
> >> >
> >> > Nadia
> >> >
> >> > "Nadihaha" wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> Okay, So if we choose to install it.
> >> >>
> >> >> Can we have a a public folder with all of the contact in it like we do
> >> >> outlook?
> >> >>
> >> >> We are a smallish organisation not based in sales but are looking for
> >> >> a
> >> >> CRM
> >> >> product, I think this might fit the bill but I've read that you can't
> >> >> share
> >> >> the info which would kinda defeat the purpose of it.
> >> >>
> >> >> Cheers
> >> >>
> >> >> "Leonid S. Knyshov // SBS Expert" wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >> > On 3/25/2010 6:24 PM, Nadihaha wrote:
> >> >> > > Sorry neglected to mention that our Corporate Address book is in a
> >> >> > > Public
> >> >> > > Folder.
> >> >> > >
> >> >> > > Thanks
> >> >> > >
> >> >> > > "Nadihaha" wrote:
> >> >> > >
> >> >> > >> Hi,
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> In my Office we are currently running Office Professional 2003.
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> We are possibly looking at installing Business Contact Manager
> >> >> > >> (up
> >> >> > >> to now it
> >> >> > >> hasn't been installed)
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> We are running our email through an Exchange server and currently
> >> >> > >> have a
> >> >> > >> corporate address book (which is shared throughout the
> >> >> > >> corporation)
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> Can someone please tell me if we will be able to run the Business
> >> >> > >> Contact
> >> >> > >> Manager attached to our shared corporate database? Or if we can
> >> >> > >> share it
> >> >> > >> across the corporation the same way we do the address book (or at
> >> >> > >> least
> >> >> > >> similarly)?
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> If not will we be able to do this with the 2010 version (this is
> >> >> > >> where we
> >> >> > >> are next looking to upgrade)
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> If not is there an advantage to us installing it?
> >> >> > >>
> >> >> > >> Many Thanks in advance!!
> >> >> > BCM is a stand-alone application that happens to use Outlook for its
> >> >> > user interface. It won't run without Outlook, but in every other
> >> >> > respect
> >> >> > it's a standalone application.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > It has its own database completely independent of Outlook. It has
> >> >> > its
> >> >> > own sharing capabilities independent of Exchange.
> >> >> >
> >> >> > It's a very underrated program. :)
> >> >> > > >> >> > Leonid S. Knyshov
> >> >> > Crashproof Solutions
> >> >> > 510-282-1008
> >> >> > Twitter: @wiseleo
> >> >> > http://crashproofsolutions.com
> >> >> > Microsoft Small Business Specialist
> >> >> > Try Exchange Online http://bit.ly/free-exchange-trial
> >> >> > Please vote "helpful" if I helped you :)
> >> >> > .
> >> >> >

 
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