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Setting up Microsoft Business Contact Manager 2010 using exchange server

Posted on 2011-02-27
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Hi Experts
I am trying to set up MS BCM 2010. I have 4 Users and we all have our own version of BCM loaded on our PC's. We use exchange server for our emails etc.

I also have a laptop which sometimes I am signed on to at the same time as the desktop PC.
I would like all 4 of us to share the same contact list via BCM but I am not sure where to start to set it up.

Can anyone point me in the direction of some simple set up reading?...Or telll me what I need to do? :-)
Many thanks
Marion

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by:ChiefTechGuru
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Take a look at the BCM for Outlook 2010 Database Tool, it will allow you to centrally share BCM info.
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Thank you - thats just what I needed.
One more question - sorry if it si a bit of a dumb one.
Do I need to load this tool onto the network server?
Thanks
Marion
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It can be loaded on desktop or server version of Windows.  See System Requirements for supported operating systems.  I'd recommend you install it on network server, or at a minimum a desktop which will always be available.  
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Hi ChiefTechGuru
Many thanks that is great.  You have saved me a lot of time reading through stuff that I probably wouldn't have understood!
Many many Thanks
Marion
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