This document provides important, late-breaking information about Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Current version is English only
The current version of Mobile Express does not support languages other than English.
Potential conflicts between the Microsoft Dynamics CRM organization name and Mobile Express
If your organization name in Microsoft Dynamics CRM is "M" (the letter M), a conflict will occur between your organization's URL and the Mobile Express URL. Although this conflict is unlikely, there is no known resolution to this issue, and if this applies to your organization, you cannot use the current release of Mobile Express for Microsoft Dynamics CRM.
Mobile view is not supported in Opera Mini
The current version of Mobile Express does not support the mobile view in Opera Mini.
Customized labels display as attribute names in Mobile Express
The current version of Mobile Express does not support label customization through the user interface.
1:N relationships do not appear when the single entity is published
Publish all of the relevant entities and the relationship will appear.
The browser for BlackBerry smartphones will not save if there are more than 30 attributes on an entity
Remove extra attributes from the entity to be able to save.
N:N relationships are not supported in Mobile Express
The current version of Mobile Express does not support N:N, or many to many, relationships.
Mobile Express includes two documents:
In addition, when Mobile Express is installed, it installs an update to the Microsoft Dynamics CRM Help in the Web application.
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