BCM won't open after installing Office 2010 Beta


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Pyramid 36

After a successful install of 2010 Beta, I get the following error when BCM
Contacts or Accounts icons are clicked:
"The set of folders cannot be opened. Store Not configured."
I've checked Data Mangement in Control Panel | Mail and BCM is there. Any
suggestions?
 
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dagr

After a successful install of 2010 Beta, I get the following error when BCM
Contacts or Accounts icons are clicked:
"The set of folders cannot be opened.  Store Not configured."
I've checked Data Mangement in  Control Panel | Mail and BCM is there.  Any
suggestions?  
I had the same problem. I then reinstalled Office 2007. I think the
2010 version isn't stable yet.

Dag
 
S

Sun Embraser

I had the same problem. I then reinstalled Office 2007. I think the
2010 version isn't stable yet.

Dag
BCM 2010 Beta is a separate download from the Office 2010 Beta. After
downloading it and installing it, you will see the new BCM 2010
Database Wizard that asks you to migrate your database... then,
welcome to BCM 2010! :)

John
* I have posted in a separate thread before... if you are still on
Office/BCM 2007 and want to try Office/BCM 2010, it won't hurt to
export your data or back up your database (or do both) before you try
installing the 2010 suite. Just in case your database can't be found,
you can use "Restore" or "Import" to get your data back instantly.
(Besides, it's a really good habit to have to periodically back up
your data / database)
 
S

StopWhiningAlready

Pay no attention to the screen name. It's my default for any board. Trust
me, I sympathize with your plight. I too am having this issue. BCM 2007
looked great. I hardly had time to get to know it when I decided to try
2010. After upgrading, viola!...no more BCM. :(

What's up with that??
 
R

Raul Thomas

Can you try creating a new profile and check if your able to re-create the
issue ?

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Regards

Rahul Thomas

MSFT
 
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Raul Thomas

Can you also check if you aren't running Business Contact Manager 2007 with
Outlook 2010 ?

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Regards

Rahul Thomas

MSFT
 
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