Archive for November, 2012

Windows 8 – Question on Linkedin

I asked a question on Linkedin about whether people were moving to Windows 8. Got some interesting answers and thought I would share this link here: http://www.linkedin.com/answers/technology/information-technology/computers-software/TCH_ITS_CMP/1065938-459965

Using SQL commands in Excel – Drilling down into ACT data

Today’s blog is about using SQL commands directly in Excel.  I am going after data in Sage ACT, but you can use the same technique to go after a wide variety of data sources that are SQL based. First off, open Excel.  I am showing you screen shots from Excel 2010.  You want to click […]

Windows 8 question Linkedin

First off, let me say that asking and ANSWERING questions on Linkedin is a very good thing. I asked a question a few days ago about whether or not people were moving to Windows 8. Got interesting and great answers. I thought I would share them with you. http://www.linkedin.com/answers/technology/information-technology/computers-software/TCH_ITS_CMP/1065938-459965

CSEVENTNOTES Error when creating Lotus Notes Activity

I kept getting this error after upgrading my Lotus Notes to 8.5. Here’s how I resolved it – thanks to a search on Google. There are two options for resolving this issue. Option A: 1. Open the mail file in Lotus® Domino® Designer. 2. Select Shared Code. 3. Select Script Libraries. 4. Select CSEventNotes and […]

Time to ACT!

Several years ago I wrote this blog article and after working with a client recently I figured it was time to post it again.  We went over exactly what was in the post and I thought that would be great to blog about. And I went, duh, I already did. Here it is. Time to […]

Mining Sage ACT eMarketing Data

I love Sage ACT’s eMarketing feature.  It is a plugin that allows me to use the Swiftpage email blast and survey service. I can send out mass emails and ensure that none get delivered to people who have opted out of my emails AND (this is the good part) know that they have indeed received, […]