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keith Cathcart

I trying out the application that you offer that allows access to my salesforce.com information. i was a little disappointed to find out that it only views the information and I can't modify the information offline. is that correct?

Charlie Wood


That's right--Spanning Salesforce gives you read access to your Salesforce.com information. Later this year we'll be introducing Spanning Sync for Salesforce.com, which will provide both read and write access.


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