In another post I talked about using Azure Blob Storage to store CRM attachments in Azure rather then in CRM. Today I installed the app in a clients CRM system and found that Microsoft Labs updated the App to version 1.7. This change had a lot of updates from UI to how to setup notes attachment movement. Also they now allow for moving of existing attachments. Here is the updated steps: 1) Go To AppSource 2) Install the Attachment Management App by clicking the "Get It Now" button under the image. 3) While its installing go to Azure and setup your blob storage account. 4) For each CRM instance you will need to setup 2 containers in your blob storage. One is for email attachments and the other is for notes attachments. So if you have a production instance and sandbox instance you will need to have 4 containers (DevEmails, DevNotes, ProdEmails, ProdNotes). If you want to separate note attachments by entity, then create one container per entity. The DevNotes or Pro
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