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  1. Anonymous says:

    With the latest release of Microsoft Social Engagement we can now connect Dynamics CRM up to it and create

  2. Anonymous says:

    Check out this great new write up on working with Microsoft Social Engagement and Microsoft Dynamics

  3. Emily R says:

    Great detail Jesper! Thanks! Maybe add the modification to security in Internet Options to make sure MSE always allows pop ups even when your pop up blocker is turned off. Thank you!

  4. Tom N says:

    This is great Jesper! Thank you so much for sharing. I will absolutely be putting this into play anywhere I can.

  5. David N says:

    Probably good to mention that this requires the Enterprise license for MSE and will not work with professional.

  6. Correct. To be able to do whats described in this post you must have Microsoft Social Engagement Enterprise.

  7. Darrell Brislane says:

    Hi Jesper,
    Does Link2CRM work with CRM on premise, as well as online?

  8. Anonymous says:

    With Dynamics CRM 2016 comes the brand new Engagement Hub. I just received a preview instance of Dynamics

  9. Currently no – but we will support Link2CRM for CRM 2016 On-Premises as long as it is set up as IFD with oAuth enabled.

  10. pcvg says:

    just to verify, when you say "MS Social Engagement Enterprise" you mean that you need to purchase an additional product for $75 a user per month – correct? the Social Engagement Professional License? in addition to the regular CRM Professional license
    of $65 a user per month

  11. To use Link2CRM you need Microsoft Social Engagement Enterprise. Pricing here: (Link2CRM is not activated for Microsoft Social Enterprise Professional users)

  12. Trey Kasling says:

    Great post… got mine working!

  13. Please keep on sharing such valuable information. Hope to learn more from you guys.”

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