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Windows 7: Business Contact Manager hide subfolders

05 Aug 2016   #1

Windows 7 SP1
Business Contact Manager hide subfolders

Hello, I test BCM on LAN (database SQLExpress placed on server) and want ask if anyone has
tried change database items directly on SQL server for delete or hide subfolders (Sales, Marketing, etc.).
I read that program can not do it, but question is if it is possible "in another way". I would use BCM only with contacts and subfolders bother me. We havent Exchange, use for share calendars and I would like also to share Outlook contacts (for free).

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