11-28-2008 11:46 AM
Here's my challenge:
I am working with a client who has ACT! 2005 Premium v7.0.4. They had a "bad" conversion from their previous ACT6 database. The files in the Attachments folder became doubled, tripled,..., and in the case below, 13 times, with computer generated file names. Please see the example below. The multiple file copies actually exist in the Attachment folder. I want to clean up the Attachments folder by finding and deleting unnecessary files in the Attachment folder before upgrading to ACT! 2009. Too much time has gone by to
go back to the original ACT6 database.
Is there any way to print the file names of attached documents that an ACT 2005 database has recorded in it? If I can print the file names that are legitimately linked, I can delete the others. Or is it better to do the cleanup in ACT! 2009?
\Example of file name replication in the Attachment folder:
Thanks for your help.
ACT! Certified Consultant
12-02-2008 02:18 PM
Note: Effective 6/1/13, Sage no longers provides support for the Act! software. This is now provided by Swiftpage.