Microsoft CRM 2011 and Office 2013 Support

There are new versions of popular Microsoft products released recently such as SQL Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8, and finally this week – Office 2013!  Since the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 for Outlook is a very popular CRM client for many CRM users – you’d be happy to know that Microsoft CRM 2011 with Update Rollup 10 and up is compatible with Microsoft Office Outlook 2013 per this KB Article.  I would recommend installing Update Rollup 11 or later for the enhanced compatibility.

I have the following screen shot and guess what – it is running on Microsoft CRM Online, Windows 8 and the CRM Outlook Client in Outlook 2013!



Frank Lee
Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP since 2006

About Frank Lee

Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM/xRM consultant in San Francisco, USA.  Awarded the Microsoft MVP (Dynamics 365/CRM) 12 consecutive years from 2006 to 2018. Actively involved with Microsoft Dynamics CRM implementations since Microsoft CRM v1.0 beta (2002). Super passionate about everything CRM, especially in the areas of Cloud Computing, A.I., Digital Transformation and Automation.
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2 Responses to Microsoft CRM 2011 and Office 2013 Support

  1. Alfredo Mena says:

    Frank, Was this test done with MS CRM Online, Outlook 2013 and Windows 8? Was is an update from Outlook 2010?

  2. Jodrik Krelekamp says:

    Just wondering if there is a way to make the install on a blank Windows 8 machine with just Office 2013 installed? Because running a Roll-up is not a way to actually install the Client and the client cannot install if you don’t run the Roll-up.

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