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But, I have some great news! Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online users can now enjoy the same integration with SharePoint as those who host their system on premise. Dynamics CRM Online supports integration with both SharePoint 2010 and 2007. However, SharePoint 2010 is recommended because documents from SharePoint 2007 are displayed in an IFRAME, and folders cannot be automatically created on the SharePoint server.
When you integrate SharePoint with Dynamics CRM Online, you can:
- Create, upload, view, and delete documents on a SharePoint server from within Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
- Use the SharePoint document management abilities within Microsoft Dynamics CRM such as check-in and check-out of the document, viewing version history, and changing the properties of the document.
- Create a SharePoint document library from within CRM for any entity, whether it is an opportunity, account, lead, or marketing activity. You can even set it up so a document library is automatically created once a new account reaches a certain stage
Do you have users who only have access to either CRM Online or SharePoint? Not to worry. As long as a user has the necessary permissions to view a file, they’ll be able to access it regardless of which system was originally used to upload it.
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By: Laura Heinbockel, Intelligent Technologies, Inc., a
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