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Join us at eXtreme365 2017 in Long Beach!
A dynamic Opportunity for the Dynamics 365 Community taking place November 6-9 in Long Beach, CA. Meet us at booth # 10!

Join us at D365UG/CRMUG Summit 2017 in Nashville!
A dynamic Opportunity for the Dynamics 365 & CRM Community taking place October 10-13 in Nashville, TN. Meet us at Booth # 352!

How to upgrade your AttachmentExtractor Online Service license?
This blog article outlines how to upgrade your AttachmentExtractor Online Service license if it has expired.

AttachmentExtractor Online Service Configuration
We have all been there. Working with Microsoft Dynamics 365 (CRM) is really great, but sometimes, the data storage costs go through the roof. And yes, saving data in Microsoft Dynamics 365 can be cost-intensive. Consequently, we solved this problem by creating AttachmentExtractor.

mscrm-addons for Microsoft Dynamics 365 - Version Number Guide
This article outlines where to find the version number for each mscrm-addons product.

MSCRMADDONScomGeneral.zip failed to import
This blog article outlines how to handle this error message when importing MSCRMADDONScomGeneralzip failed to import.

AttachmentExtractor Revert Button in ActivityToolsPluginExtension
This article outlines how to use the retrieve once extracted .url files with the AttachmentExtractor [Revert]-Button.

How to integrate SharePoint with CRM and MS Dynamics 365
This article outlines how to integrate SharePoint with CRM. It is valid for CRM 2013 and higher.

Recap: eXtreme365 in Lisbon
There are no strangers here; only friends you haven’t met yet. - William Butler Yeats

SharePoint path limitation avoidance
SharePoint paths limits are hard coded. The maximum path length is 260 characters. If that limit is exceeded, you get the SharePoint error 414. This article outlines how to avoid this error.