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When you create a MS CRM 3.0 queue and it does not work, don't forget to ...
Ok, today I got something to laugh about for you guys out there. I don't know why it hasn't happened before, but this week was the first time I had to create a CRM queue on a new 3.0 system. So what I did was to grab my copy of CRM Installation and configuration course documents and proceed the mentioned step by step instructions. I created the user, set the correct privileges and attributes, disabled the user account and added the queue in MS CRM application. Finally I sent an email to the queue ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 31, 2006 9:23 AM

MS CRM 3.0 ExchangeSinkServiceException
Since I encountered this exception now at 2 customer installations, I have decided to say some things about it here: I don't know why - but in both cases MS CRM Exchange Router stopped working after 2 weeks (this is no joke). Of cource users were complaining that emails didn't show up in CRM anymore. When I checked the event log, I found many error messages of the same type. They were all some kind of Microsoft.Crm.Tools.Exchang... because of unauthorized ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 23, 2006 11:56 AM

Red Gate SQL Prompt for Free - SQL IntelliSense for your favorite SQL Editor
Ok, it has nothing to do with MS CRM ... but it seems that everyone is blogging about this great tool today : SQL Prompt. And there is a reason for it. It is sooooooo cool. Everyone in my company is excited about this tool. And the best thing about it: it's for free ... at least until Sept. 1, 2006. If you are a database developer, I think this is a must-have: http://www.red-gate.com/pro... Hf ;-) ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 23, 2006 11:54 AM

How to programmatically access MS CRM Reports
MS CRM Reports can be accessed programmatically. But since MS CRM uses SQL Reporting Services, accessing reports is no CRM feature. Fortunately SRS exposes a webservice interface that you can use to do that. Further information can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/l... There are several possible use cases. E.g. if you want to trigger report creation and delivery by MS CRM workflow. For this you have to create a .NET assembly ......

Posted On Monday, May 22, 2006 12:43 PM

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