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Bad news for Business Contact Manager users: BCM will not be updated to work with Outlook 2016.
Error installing Business Contact Manager: BCM Setup tries to install some other program you previously downloaded.
Several users are having issues with Outlook and Business Contact Manager (BCM) after upgrading to Windows 10.
A user decided the BCM was overkill for his needs and wanted to move his 5000 Business Contacts into Outlook Contacts before upgrading to Office 365. The only issue was keeping the contact associated with the Account name it was assigned to in BCM. The Company name field was suitable, but he needed to update
This Outlook BCM update fixes a number of issues plaguing BCM users, including the incorrect labels for address and phone numbers, that affected BCM after the September 2013 Office update was installed.
The problem: you receive an error while trying to delete a business contact or account: "error converting data type int to smallint". You can make changes to the contact, just not delete it. This problem occurs when there are more than 32,767 (the number that a smallint can handle at max) business contacts in the
How to access BCM contacts online or share them with smartphones and tablets.
When you sign in to Windows 8 using a Microsoft Account (Live ID), you can't use a shared BCM database in a SQL server.
The Business Contact Manager compatibility pack for Outlook 2013 is now available for download.