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Can I implement a central database (Microsoft SQL Server) with distributed CRM application servers in remote locations? Due to large number of Outlook CRM clients, we'd like to try this model of distributing CRM application servers in remote major data centers with a single SQL Server. Thank you.
How does Microsoft CRM integrate physically with Outlook? Is there a different Web server I need to use to ensure that Outlook syncs with CRM Live? Thanks.
While trying to make a new contact folder for a certain group of contacts I hit move instead of copy. The links to the journal records and invoices was broken. Is there any way to link that information ( which we found while doing a search) back to the contact record?