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Exchange Sync, integration for Dynamics CRM

The CRM to Exchange Synchronization is a Windows based application (and Windows Service) that allows synchronizing between lists of contacts and users in CRM and Exchange.
A marketing list in CRM can contain a list of contacts that also exist in Exchange. To allow the lists of users to be synchronized between the various systems, the CRM to Exchange Sync application matches the contact information from the CRM system to the Exchange Server system.
Exchange Sync Environment Compatability
The CRM to Exchange application is available for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011-2016 On-Premise and CRM Online and for Exchange Server 2010-2016 versions and Exchange Online.

Dynamics CRM Compatible

Compatible with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011, 2013, 2015, 2016 and CRM Online.

Exchange Server Compatible

Compatible with Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, 2013, 2016, ADSync, and Exchange Online.

Works with Windows Server

Can be installed on Windows 7/8/10 and Windows Server 2008 R2/2012/2012 R2..

CRM List Synchronization

Synchronize your CRM Contacts using CRM Static or Dynamics Marketing Lists.

Custom Entity Synch

Synchronize with other custom entities related to the Contact entity (such as memberships).

Create Exchange Contacts

Automatically create new contacts in Exchange when they do not already exist. 

Create Exchange Groups

When you set up a new list for sychronization, if the list does not already exist in Exchange, the application will create it for you.

Modify Contacts in Exchange

 When Contact data is modified in CRM, the same information can be modified on the Exchange Server

Add Users/Contacts to Groups

 Add Mailbox Users, Mail-Enabled Users and Mail Contacts to Exchange Distribution Groups.

Enable/Disable lists

Pre-select which lists you want to have synchronize. You can choose all, a subset or just a single list.

Asynchronous Processing

Have the application run in a schedule that you set up in advance, so that you don't have to worry about forgetting to run the application..

Excel Log File Creation

Review the log files that are created by the application for any errors or warnings in synchronization (such as duplications or invalid data),

Field Mapping

Map fields in CRM to fields in Exchange for synchronization.

Hide Mail Contacts

Decide whether you want the mail contacts that you create to be visible for all of your Exchange users or hidden from the address book.

Filtered Updates

Only update the data that has been modified in CRM since your last synchronization, and not the entire data.

Multiple Profiles

Connect and Synchronize with Multiple CRM and Exchange enviroments

Validation After Sync

Compare the CRM lists with Exchange Distribution Group to verify they match