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New downloads for Business Contact Manager for Office 2007 (and 2003) to provide Pocket PC / Windows Mobile 5 & 6 support, Admin a database on a SBS box, setup a database on a SBS box and offer Office Live Maps for contacts

I have just got my new mobile phone and I thought I would update the BCM client - a quick trip to http://download.microsoft.com (link takes you to these results) led me to these results below.  I think the ones shown are key for many people.

 

Results for - "business contact manager"

 

Title Release Date Popularity

Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager: Prevent error message about version mismatch when certain Office 2007 applications are launched

Prevents error message about version mismatch when you start certain Office 2007 applications on a computer that is running Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager

5/1/2007

#963

Outlook 2007 or 2003 with Business Contact Manager Add-in: Business Contacts for Pocket PC

This release is an add-in that allows you to synchronize your business contacts and a subset of your communication history to your Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC.

4/25/2007

#536

Business Contact Manager Database Admin Tool

Users of Business Contact Manager for Outlook 2007 may want to install the Business Contact Manager database on a remote server which is not running Office 2007. This tool, when run on a server, allows users to create, share and administer databases for use with Business Contact Manager.

3/29/2007

#1705

Outlook 2007 Document: Deploying Outlook 2007 with Business Contact Manager in a Remote Database Configuration

Learn about installing and configuring a Business Contact Manager for Outlook database by using Microsoft SQL Server 2005.

3/21/2007

#2390

Service Pack 4 for Outlook 2003 with Business Contact Manager Update and Small Business Accounting

This service pack provides the latest updates to Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 with Business Contact Manager Update to enable application compatibility with Windows Vista, and to allow compatibility with Office Accounting 2007.

3/5/2007

#124

Office Live Contact Map

This download will install a sample code mashup for Microsoft Office Live which is designed to map the addresses of all contacts included in an Office Live Business Contact Manager application.

1/15/2007

#4226

 

ttfn

David


Posted Thu, May 3 2007 4:02 PM by David Overton

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John wrote re: New downloads for Business Contact Manager for Office 2007 (and 2003) to provide Pocket PC / Windows Mobile 5 & 6 support, Admin a database on a SBS box, setup a database on a SBS box and offer Office Live Maps for contacts
on Thu, Feb 19 2009 2:42 AM

David, I just put BCM for 2003 onto my Outlook 2003 - all good. I also downloaded the update to put it on my PC Phone - still all good... until I went to dial a contact using their name rather than their number. Problem is that it only seems to go to Contacts and not to BCM for the name. Can't find where I can include both databases for dialling out?

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