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blackwine 03-15-2009 02:52 PM

Regd previous version of linker
 
The yousendit.com link uploaded by igoldsmid has expired already. Can igoldsmid or someone else, please upload it again? I am unable to get the previous version of the linker anywhere else... Thanks in advance for your help.

Quote:

Originally posted by igoldsmid
Yes -- that's a pain - I just downloaded the latest version and its both a larger file and it doesn't provide the Outlook GUID Format.

You will need to fully uninstall the current version - removing ALL the registry entries, directories and files - and the only way I know to do that fully and safely is with http://www.revouninstaller.com/

I have uploaded the earlier version of Linker for Windows which does provide the Outlook GUID links - which you can get here (for the next 7 days):

http://www.yousendit.com/download/TT...d0k3N0FLSkE9PQ


igoldsmid 03-15-2009 03:29 PM

new link for LinkerforWindows
 
this link only works for 7 days or 100 downloads:

https://www.yousendit.com/download/U...MVhsUjlFQlE9PQ

armsys 03-15-2009 07:15 PM

Igoldsmid,
Thanks for helping Blackwine.
Armstrong

blackwine 03-15-2009 07:59 PM

Thanks a lot for the link
 
Thanks to both igoldsmid and armsys. You have been very helpful. Meanwhile, I sent an email to TeamScope Support asking them for a link to a previous version of linker. According to the VP of marketing, the recent version supports Outlook Item linking. Below is his email:

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I'm not sure where you got this information, but I think it is incorrect. Just to clarify, Outlook does not use GUIDs (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globally_Unique_Identifier) internally but instead uses EntryIDs to identify Outlook Items (see http://www.experts-exchange.com/Soft..._21690038.html). Linker's primary purpose is to create hyperlinks to Outlook Items using these EntryIDs, called an Outlook Item Link in Linker, and by default that is what is copied into the paste buffer when you have an Outlook item selected in Outlook and press the Linker icon in the SysTray.

For example I created this Outlook link Regd previous verion of Linker for Windows from your e-mail and it contains this link information:

outlook:000000001A447390AA6611CD9BC800AA002FC45A09 0090BE0C52AFF03348A64708C9D6ABA4700000000768750000 8BA0D270DABF484EB37F6B8F7321E8610000001360BE0000

Note that the link won’t display your e-mail when you click on it since it is only valid in my copy of Outlook, but you get the idea.

Does that answer you question? If so, could you tell me where the misinformation is posted so I can clarify?

Thanks!

Steve Reynolds
Vice President of Sales and Marketing
TeamScope Software
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner
TeamScope CRM: The CRM Solution with True Outlook Integration

armsys 03-15-2009 10:15 PM

Re: Thanks a lot for the link
 
Quote:

Originally posted by blackwine
According to the VP of marketing, the recent version supports Outlook Item linking. Below is his email:
Hi Blackwine,
Thanks for sharing TeamScope's reply. It's enormously helpful. It explains a lot of myths:
1. Duplicate Outlook items when synchronizing between 2 computers;
2. Outlook personalizes the ID per individual copy of Outlook;
3. Your Outlook link will fail on my Outlook.
Thanks a lot.
Armstrong


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