Bio – Jim Schumacher


Hi, I’m Jim Schumacher. Currently I am a Software Development Engineer in Test working on CRM’s Marketing Automation features.  I began my Microsoft career in 2002 working for Microsoft Defense Messages System (DMS) in the Exchange Server product group.  I joined Microsoft CRM in spring 2006 and helped release Microsoft CRM v4.0, which I am very excited about.


 


I am a Washington state native, growing up in the hot dry eastern half of Washington where there are many fields and farms, far from the evergreen tree postcard views most people associate with Washington state. I also spent some time in the eastern half of the US attending school in Ohio about 30 miles outside of Pittsburgh PA.

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  1. This flow chart is my attempt to make a Campaign Scenario an easy thing for you to do. You can get a

  2. This flow chart is my attempt to make a Campaign Scenario an easy thing for you to do. You can get a

  3. In this flow chart we walk through a Quick Campaign Scenario with our fictional marketing manager Benjamin.

  4. In this flow chart we walk through a Quick Campaign Scenario with our fictional marketing manager Benjamin

  5. Now my final chart compares the two ways to do a Campaign. You can get a copy of this chart from the

  6. Now my final chart compares the two ways to do a Campaign. You can get a copy of this chart from the

  7. Fig 1: Marketing List Detail Form displaying “List Member View” The ability to Customize the List Member

  8. When creating a new Marketing List from the detail form you will notice that the Member Type field has

  9. When creating a new Marketing List from the detail form you will notice that the Member Type field has

  10. When creating a new Marketing List from the detail form you will notice that the Member Type field has

  11. Have you ever had users complain about the CRM web application timing out on large operations? If so,

  12. Have you ever had users complain about the CRM web application timing out on large operations? If so

  13. Have you ever had users complain about the CRM web application timing out on large operations? If so

  14. Jim Schumacher and Manisha Powar drew this on one of the whiteboards on the second floor of our building

  15. Jim Schumacher and Manisha Powar drew this on one of the whiteboards on the second floor of our building

  16. Jim Schumacher and Manisha Powar drew this on one of the whiteboards on the second floor of our building

  17. ArthurDent says:

    Jim, following on from your post:

    http://blogs.msdn.com/crm/archive/2008/01/31/crm-4-0-campaign-vs-quick-campaign-flow-chart.aspx

    Could you say how to create a email marketing campaign with 2nd , 3rd follow emails dependent on user response?

    Is it possible to do this in Dynamics CRM 4.0?

    As it seems relevant to your post, I hope you don’t mind me asking?

    Andrew

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