This file contains a hack/fix for the BDE error that causes GoldMine to return the infamous ‘Insufficient Disk Space’ error even though you have ample space available. Read more about it here
The GoldMine Link to Word and Excel is a GoldMine PLUS add-in for Microsoft 2003 and 2007. NOTE: Only works with GoldMine versions 7.0 and 8.0 (not the .5 releases!) You will also need to have MSXML 4.0 and 6.0 installed for this link to work properly.
This free GoldMine utility allows the user to expand on the functionality offered by GoldMine’s Edit|Copy contact details built-in tool. Using this command-line driven utility, one can copy any ampersand-macro (such as &NameAddress, &Company, etc.) and even simple dBase expressions. See the included readme file for more information.
This file is a ZIPped up GoldMine 6.7 synchronization transfer set. It is retrievable into GoldMine 6.x and provides lookup entries for 42,500+ city-state-zip code combinations. See the this post for more information.
This file contains a hack/fix for the Help file problems introduced by Microsoft security update 896358, security update 840315, and/or Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 . Read more about it here
This free GoldMine utility allows your GoldMine users to search primaray and additional contacts’ names and phone numbers for any part of those names or numbers. This free utility is yours to use, courtesy of Castell Computers. Compatible with GoldMine 4, 5 & 6 (not 7, yet.) Read more about it here
This free utility from FrontRange will close down any running GoldMine. Tested with GoldMine versions 4, 5 and 6. It’s quite useful for setting up MS Task Scheduler to shut down GoldMine at 1am just before a backup operation, for instance.
A set of stored procedures that wrap GoldMine’s API functions to allow SQL scripts, triggers, stored procedures, data driven web pages and GM+Views to update GoldMine data in a sync-aware manner. For advanced users only. Documentation and all necessary stuff inside the .ZIP.
This free GoldMine utility allows the user to pass the field data from the current GoldMine contact to Google Desktop. Using this command-line driven utility, one can feed Google desktop any basic contact data, ampersand macros (such as &NameAddress, &Company, etc.) and even simple dBase expressions. See the included readme file for more information.
This link will allow you to perform single-document merges with any version of GoldMine and Open Office. Multi-merges are not yet available, sorry. If you have ideas or suggestions, please visit the forums dedicated to this link.
This .ZIP file contains Visual Basic 6 source code illustrating a simple method of accessing GoldMine contact data via DDE. Credit for the original concept goes to Frances Corraza.
This .EXE allows you to carry on a DDE conversation with any DDE server. To talk to GoldMine, use GoldMine as the service and Data as the topic.
This .ZIP contains everything you need to run Crystal reports from the command line (with or without GoldMine!) You pass everything from the database credentials to the .RPT file to the executable via command line. Very handy for adding taskbars full of Crystal Reports links.
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