Message from discussion Access and Office 365 - limitations
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From: Neil <x...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Access and Office 365 - limitations
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>>On one occasion, I was told to download and read all of the documents
on the following page to find the answer to my question<<
I guess that's the equivalent of "reinstall windows to resolve the problem."
>>I guess that this, above all else, is what makes me uneasy - it
doesn't matter how capable the product is, if the support is useless
there is always that thought in the back of my mind..."What if the sh*t
hit's the fan? Who do I call?"<<
You might want to consider switching to AccessHosting.com. I hear their
support is pretty good, and they actually work with you. A few dollars
more, though (though, depending on how many licenses you need, it might
end up being about the same).