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If individual fields of your Excel-file could not be imported correctly, this is usually due to a lack of information in your output file. For...

published on December 14, 2022

How can I fix errors in the character encoding of Outlook business cards?When importing business cards from the CRM in Outlook, there is often a...

published on December 14, 2022

On the overview page you can find the tab Contacts and select Import datain the right column. If you only want to import companies you can...

published on December 14, 2022

We offer several options for exporting your data. In addition to an export to Excel and vCard, we offer a complete XML based export. The...

published on December 15, 2022

If you are importing contacts or companies from Excel, you can also directly import one task per person or company. While importing your sheet, you...

published on December 15, 2022

In the right column of the overview page of contacts and companies you have the option to export the details of all contacts (name, address,...

published on December 15, 2022

If you want to make several changes to the data in your CRM at the same time or forgot some infos in an early import...

published on December 16, 2022

You can download the contact data of several people as well as the contact details of a single person as a business card from CRM....

published on December 16, 2022

To export your last listed contacts just click on “contacts”, change the listing to “date of creation”, then select the desired contacts by clicking the...

published on December 16, 2022

How do I upload multiple people or companies to CentralStationCRM?

published on December 16, 2022

To set up the synchronization of CentralStationCRM and FastBill, you must have a FastBill API key in addition to your FastBill login e-mail address. This...

published on December 16, 2022

When you start with the CRM, the first step for most of the users is to import their contacts from Microsoft Outlook. However, before you...

published on December 16, 2022