The current version of Xbar handles all aspects of integration with Outlook, except for merge templates. Older Outlook integration products handled things differently.
Here are two more drastic option to reinstall or repair Xbar, which clear out data that is not touched by other methods.
After installing Xbar 1.3, Outlook 2010 did not have the Record to History icons in the toolbar ribbon. In Outlook, go to File, Options, Add-Ins and you will see Infor CRM Outlook Connecter listed in the Disabled Add-Ins.
If users are not seeing the SLX Desktop Integration in Outlook after installing SLX Desktop Integration there are two troubleshooting steps that will need to be performed
Did you miss last week’s webinar? If you did, not to worry, we have a recording available that we hope will get you excited for the improvements to Outlook integration, which Infor is now strictly calling Xbar. View the recording here. And, if you are interested in learning about the new Infor CRM Mobile 3.4, stay […]
Webinar on Wednesday, April 20th at 2pm CDT. The release of Infor CRM (Saleslogix) v8.3 may be behind schedule, but that doesn't mean you can't take the time to learn more about the features that will be included. This month we are going to get into the nitty-gritty of a feature that is very important to the majority of Infor CRM users: Outlook Integration. Join us as we discuss enhancements to desktop integration for syncing Calendar items ...
Imagine this. The full, awesome power of the SalesLogix Mobile client, embedded in Outlook that shows the matching contact from the context of the currently selected e-mail in Outlook. Pretty awesome thought, right? Well, it's an idea that I have in the works, and not all that far off.
When using the Send SLX button in Outlook to add an email history to a SalesLogix Contact you will see a simple interface asking if you want to attach the email to a particular contact and possibly save the attachments to the record. What happens if you are using the Send SLX button and you do not have SalesLogix open?
I was out at InfusionCon today, the annual user conference for Infusionsoft, for the public unveiling of the Infusionsoft Outlook Integration with Patrick Sullivan. I’ve been really excited for the Outlook integration to get into the hands of the Infusionsoft masses because, frankly, it is so completely cool. Patrick and I met up early to […]