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Can Microsoft Dynamics CRM write to a file from a Workflow

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I am setting up a workflow or process in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013 and in one of the steps I want it to write the contacts name and address from the contact record to a file and add to that file every time the workflow/process runs.  Can CRM do that?  Has anyone written an API or Plugin that will do that?
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You will need a workflow plugin to do this. CRM does not offer this out of the box.  A CRM developer should be able to assist but alas I am not a developer.
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