• 11 July 2013
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The PowerMap add-on is one of many awesome PowerPack add-ons that enhance the functionality of Microsoft Dynamics CRM. PowerMap allows CRM users to plot any view of any Dynamics CRM entity (yes, even custom entitles) on a single map. With this greatly enhanced mapping add-on for Dynamics CRM, users can now map more than one […]

Introduction Many of the projects here at PowerObjects utilize some form of a web portal to access or update Microsoft Dynamics CRM information. In the past, they have used various forms of design documents to reach consensus with customers regarding the desired feature set of each portal. One of the challenges to this approach is […]

With the latest release of Dynamics CRM 2011, the system automatically displays a “Get CRM for Outlook” message, regardless if the user has already activated the Outlook client. You can clear it every time you log in, but luckily that’s not your only option. There is a fast and easy way for the System Administrator […]

Microsoft Office 365 provides the best communication, collaboration and productivity tools available online. Whether you’re a large business on an international scale or a raising startup company, Office 365 has the plans to fit your company needs and budget. Enter Microsoft Office 365 Enterprise and Midsized business plans. Here’s an overview of the plans and […]

What are you doing over your lunch hour on July 24th? How about joining PowerObjects to learn about Office 365? As part of our ongoing Lunch & Learn webinar series targeted to small- to mid-sized businesses, PowerObjects is proud to present A Closer Look at Office 365. Hosted by Bob Blaisdell, Director of SMB Sales […]

If you have production CRM environment and development/test/UAT environment(s), you have probably encountered a situation where you may need to create fields manually separately in both environments. If you do this and then later import a solution from Test to Production, you may see an error in the solution import claiming that field with the […]

Timeouts in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 control the length of time a certain command can run on the server or the max size of requests to your server. You may need to increase (or decrease) these timeout limits from time to time in your CRM deployment to facilitate solution import, allow large reports to be […]

Activity Parties in Dynamics CRM are one of the most complex entities to work with regarding data migration. If you don’t know, activity parties are the entities that contain the relevant data for the party list fields on Emails, Appointments, etc. (Check out some additional information about this entity, which have been around for quite […]

A few weeks ago, Microsoft released a new version of DirSync. For those of you don’t know, Dirsync is a tool that enables you to easily sync your Active Directory users and changes to Azure Active Directory. The biggest change that we saw in this new version is password synchronization. With the newest version of […]

The Microsoft Dynamics CRM Outlook client is a powerful add-in to Outlook that allows you to synchronize your contacts and activities. Just like any powerful tool, you may need to take steps toward maintaining the Outlook client add-in from time to time. Similar to how your web browser stores temporary files in a cache or […]

SharePoint Online 2013 is part of upgrade to the new Microsoft Portal Online for Office 365 and is part of the Enterprise and Midsized Business plans. With SharePoint Online 2013, you can organize and share team documents, create online knowledge bases and collaborate with your colleagues. SharePoint Online supports the CRM List Component, which allows […]

Have you heard of PowerObjects’ Power8CRM app? This incredibly powerful, free app surfaces CRM information in a Windows 8 platform. If you’d like to learn your way through the Power8CRM app, join us for an informational webinar on Thursday, June 27th, at 10 a.m. CST. Dean Jones, Power8CRM guru and CEO of PowerObjects, will walk […]

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