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Microsoft CRM 3.0 Data import/export

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Hello,

I have about 10,00 contacts in Microsoft crm 3.0. I would like to cleanse and de-dupe the data. I figured the best (least time consuming) way would be to export it, cleanse it in excel and then re-import it. Apparently the software does not support this functionality. Any ideas?

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rakeshAgarwal earned 500 total points
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Hi  CRM 4.0  has better way to do it. Crm 3.0 dont support it. I think you might eligible for free upgrade to crm 4.0 why dont you upgrade to crm 4.0 and  then clene the data base.

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Rakesh Agarwal

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You can also write SDK programing to clen the single entity data.

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Rakesh Agarwal
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points should be assigned to me
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