Learn more about Business Contact Manager

Here is the list of some resources to learn more about Business Contact Manager.

  1. Business Contact Manager Demo:  This demo shows how Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager helps you increase sales and market your business more effectively.

  2. Getting Started with Business Contact Manager: A quick guide on how to start using Business Contact Manager.

  3. Deploying Business Contact Manager on Server: If you are looking to host Business Contact Manager database on SQL Server 2005 without installing Office/Business Contact Manager on server machine, this document provides step-by-step instructions on how to do it.

  4. Business Contact Manager for Outlook Developer: The document provides detailed information on how Outlook developers can extend Business Contact Manager functionality through programming.

  5. Email Marketing Service: Email Marketing Service is Microsoft offering for email marketing. It is specifically designed to work with Business Contact Manager.


Comments (2)

  1. rgwin says:

    I am trying to decide how to best implement the following scenario.  I have Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager and Microsoft Accounting 2008 installed (and the latter two integrated with the same SQL database).

    I want to modify Business Contact forms representing students who took classes with me.  I want to be able to show the following information for each class taken by the student:

    Class Event Number

    Class Date

    Class Name

    Class Level

    Class Location

    I want to be able to do this such that I am not creating this set of fields for EACH class taken.  I would also like to be able to filter on these categories or query for a report.

    I am not a programmer.

    Thanks, in advance, for suggestions.

  2. rgt913 says:

    I have looked at all of the Microsoft BCM training and demo info and would like something that takes me from A to Z in real depth on the program. I’m guessing that I will have to go to a 3rd party vendor. Any reccommendations?

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