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Epic / Re: Question about Epic
« Last post by GeorgeW on December 14, 2018, 09:18:51 pm »
Yes, in Epic (and TAM as far as I can remember, been a number of years since we left it), you can associate motorcycles to the auto application. The download will update the Motorcyle policy Epic without any issues.
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Epic / Re: Question about Epic
« Last post by Alice Mooney on December 13, 2018, 08:53:18 pm »
Okay...been asked to ask another question.

I remember with TAM that we could associate the LOB motorcycle with the auto app so if Progressive or Safeco sends a download as auto, it will update the motorcycle app and not change it to auto. I may not be saying that correctly, but the problem we are having with AMS is even though I associate the LOB motorcycle with the auto app, when the download comes in, it adds the auto LOB to the policy, so now there are 2 LOB's - one for motorcycle that has no data, and one for auto that has all the data and reports are not accurate.

Tech support said I can associate all I want to, but if the download is not coded CYCL (their code for motorcycle) and remains AUTOP (their code for personal auto) the it will create another LOB. She mentioned something like contacting the carriers and tell them to change their download, but I wasn't really listening b/c that's just ridiculous.

So here are my questions:
Does TAM allow this association or is my memory kaput?
Does Epic allow this association?

There's something big happening and there are non-insurance people making decisions and it scares the crap out of me. So please be patient as I come around to ask the experts here some questions.
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Microsoft - Server Products / Re: Exchange Shared Calendars
« Last post by Jim Jensen on December 05, 2018, 04:56:10 pm »
Hosted Exchange is getting set up. Will see if all works right this time. If not, at least I'm not the tech support dept this time around.
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TAM / Re: Dual (dueling) TAM?
« Last post by Jim Jensen on December 05, 2018, 04:53:19 pm »
Tom,  He may not have.  Does anyone know?

We did ours at the very end of 2015. His website it still active, at least: http://www.teichdataservices.com
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TAM / Re: Dual (dueling) TAM?
« Last post by Charlie Charbonneau on December 05, 2018, 04:52:09 pm »
I've already sent him an email inquiring.  We'll see what he has to say.   

His FB page indicates he's occupying his time in other ways, and I wouldn't blame him!
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TAM / Re: Dual (dueling) TAM?
« Last post by Tom Fisher on December 05, 2018, 04:28:42 pm »
My last contact with him was June 2017...

Teich Data Services LLC
Randy Teich  512-426-7769
Randy@teichdataservices.com
http://www.teichdataservices.com
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TAM / Re: Dual (dueling) TAM?
« Last post by Charlie Charbonneau on December 05, 2018, 04:12:32 pm »
Tom,  He may not have.  Does anyone know?
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TAM / Re: Dual (dueling) TAM?
« Last post by Tom Fisher on December 05, 2018, 04:02:21 pm »
Randy does superb work at a reasonable (compared to A$) cost.  I didn't know he was out of the business though.
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TAM / Re: Dual (dueling) TAM?
« Last post by Jeff Golas on December 05, 2018, 01:59:12 pm »
On this topic...I found this which may be interesting to TAM users...just don't tell Applied you're in the big bad unsupported cloud!

https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/new-amazon-fsx-for-windows-file-server-fast-fully-managed-and-secure/
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Microsoft - Server Products / Re: Exchange Shared Calendars
« Last post by Jeff Golas on December 05, 2018, 01:53:47 pm »
My goal is to have shared calendars syncing into Desktop Outlook 2013/2016. I want to be able to see other people's calendars and vice versa. I know we will need to activate sharing, but when I tried previously, I couldn't seem to get the data in and out of Outlook desktop both directions from O365. That looks like my solution though since I have Server Essentials and see that Exchange isn't supported on Essentials (unless I also want to upgrade to Standard).

Jim, it should nearly work out of the box, the only thing that needs to be done is the default permission is reading free/busy data...you just go into the properties of the outlook calendar and set the default to "editor" so that all users can see other users calendars and/or make changes.

Were you trying to set up a "Hybrid" configuration? If so I wouldn't go that route...just set up mailboxes on O365, export your exiting mailboxes to PST files, connect Outlook to new Mailbox on O365, and re-import PST. You can also use a migration tool like Skykick to move the data for you.

I'm simplifying this but thats really it in a nutshell...one thing you may be running into is autodiscover issues, since most likely Outlook is autodiscovering to your existing Exchange server. You need to make some DNS changes in order for Outlook to find the O365 mailbox instead.
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