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Dynamics CRM 2015 online change the Account view in Outlook client

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I would like to add Business Type to the Account View in the Outlook client.  When I right click on the view to add columns this does not seem to be an available field.  Is there another way to customize the views in the Outlook client?
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The views in Outlook are the same as the views in the web. If you customize the view in the web to include Business Type, that  will show in Outlook.
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I had to close and reopen Outlook.  Duh
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Ah, yes that can be needed as well as publish customizations.
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