New Email Features in Dynamics 365 v9 UUI

by Levin, Aric

Business Solutions  Dynamics 365  Messaging 


Posted on 1/7/2018 5:32:00 PM


With the release of Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (July 2017 Update), Microsoft has finally included new Email functionality in the Unified User Interface. This includes the new email designer, with many enhancements, preview for multiple devices, and well as email tracking. This post will show some of these features and capabilities within this post.

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CRM Exchange Sync 3.0 Released

by Levin, Aric

Dynamics CRM  Exchange  Messaging 


Posted on 10/19/2015 10:33:00 PM


Our CRM Exchange Sync tool has just been released, now with additional functionality and support for additional environments.

The CRM Exchange Sync application adds the capability of synchronizing between Microsoft Dynamics CRM Marketing Lists and Contacts with Exchange Distribution Groups, Mail Contacts and Mail User records. The application retrieves the data from Microsoft Dynamics CRM Marketing Lists (both static or dynamic), and adds the members of the lists to Microsoft Exchange. If the members already exist in Exchange, the application can update them.

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CRM Exchange Sync 2.0 is Microsoft Platform Ready

by Levin, Aric

Dynamics CRM  Messaging 


Posted on 1/10/2013 10:35:00 PM


We have just released our latest version of the CRM to Exchange Synchronization application.

The CRM to Exchange Sync app provides the ability to synchronize between CRM marketing lists and Exchange Distribution Groups.
The application retrieves all the members of a marketing list, either static or dynamic and add the new distribution group members in exchange.

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One-Way Sync between Outlook and CRM

by Levin, Aric

Development  Dynamics CRM  Messaging  Office 


Posted on 12/7/2012 4:27:00 PM


We recently got a request from a client that wanted to prevent modifications of Contacts from the Outlook Client back to CRM.
We went back and forth trying to implement this with security roles and other options, but none of the solutions were perfect.

Finally we decided to implement this using Plugins.
The solution was to allow Outlook to make the changes, but as soon as they are made, revert them back to their original values.

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Outlook 2013 Crashes when sending e-mail

by Levin, Aric

Messaging  Office 


Posted on 10/29/2012 11:49:00 PM


This is a known issues and happens usually when new products get released.
The Anti-Virus email scanner add-in for the new release of the e-mail program is not supported and thus prevents e-mails from going out and crashes the new application.

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Office 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Exchange 2013 Released to Manufacturing

by Levin, Aric

Exchange  Messaging  Office  SharePoint 


Posted on 10/24/2012 5:46:00 PM


Microsoft Office 2013 along with the other branded 2013 applications and server products have been release to manufacturing and are now available for download from the MSDN, Technet or Microsoft Partner web site.

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CRM Exchange Sync Trial Version now available

by Levin, Aric

Development  Dynamics CRM  Messaging  Servers 


Posted on 9/16/2012 2:42:00 PM


On Friday, September 14, we have released our latest version of the CRM to Exchange Synchronization application. The latest release, now also available for a 30-day trial, includes additional new features as well as easier configuration, multi-culture support logging capabilities and more. 

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Installing CRM for Outlook Client in Terminal Services environment

by Levin, Aric

Dynamics CRM  Messaging  Office 


Posted on 8/8/2010 2:15:00 PM


When trying to install the Microsoft Dynamics CRM for Outlook client on a Terminal Services computer, the following error is received:
"Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4 for Outlook cannot be installed on a computer where Microsoft Exchange Server versions prior to Exchange Server 2007 are installed."

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Executing Powershell Commands against Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010

by Levin, Aric

Development  Exchange  Messaging 


Posted on 6/29/2010 11:09:00 PM


The System.Management.Automation assembly allows the exeuction of Powershell commands against Exchange server.
Although, it would seem that the same code would be able to run for both of the versions of Exchange Server, two different codebases are required. The reason for this is that Exchange 2007 (SP1) supports only local Powershell, and Exchange 2010 uses remote Powershell.

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