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I have 2 different Outlook accounts from 2 different organizations and 1 should work with Salesforce only and the other one should only work with Hubspot. This because the organizations I work for have different programs at either Hubspot or Salesforce. If I however install Hubspot it overrules Salesforce, the side banner (View) is no longer there and can not be made active again. What to do?

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Thanks for the tag @JessicaH 

 

Hi @vos01086,

 

Interesting problem.  I have both the HubSpot Sales and the Salesforce Add-in running in Outlook without problems.  I do have to toggle between the two sidebars in Outlook, however, depening upon which account I am looking at.

 

For Salesforce, I click the cloud in the Outlook ribbon, and for HubSpot I click the Sprocket.  See the screenshot below:

 

HS-SF Outlook Ribbon.png

 

Of course, in my case I have a single email address for both platforms and my Salesforce instance is integrated with HubSpot.

 

With that in mind, this may have more to do with your Office 365 account than with HubSpot.

 

You say this is with two different organizations, correct?  If you also have two different Office 365 email accounts, you need to log in to Office 365 with one email address and add both plugins using that email.  If you added the plugins on different email addresses, the only one that will show is the one associated with the Office account you are logged into.

 

Hope this helps!

 

-Trevor

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Hi @vos01086,

 

I'm going to tag in some thoughtleaders to see if they can share their thoughts.

 

Hi @bradmin @daviddoughty @trevorjones71, do you have any suggestions? 

 

Thanks!

Jess


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Thanks for the tag @JessicaH 

 

Hi @vos01086,

 

Interesting problem.  I have both the HubSpot Sales and the Salesforce Add-in running in Outlook without problems.  I do have to toggle between the two sidebars in Outlook, however, depening upon which account I am looking at.

 

For Salesforce, I click the cloud in the Outlook ribbon, and for HubSpot I click the Sprocket.  See the screenshot below:

 

HS-SF Outlook Ribbon.png

 

Of course, in my case I have a single email address for both platforms and my Salesforce instance is integrated with HubSpot.

 

With that in mind, this may have more to do with your Office 365 account than with HubSpot.

 

You say this is with two different organizations, correct?  If you also have two different Office 365 email accounts, you need to log in to Office 365 with one email address and add both plugins using that email.  If you added the plugins on different email addresses, the only one that will show is the one associated with the Office account you are logged into.

 

Hope this helps!

 

-Trevor

If my post resolves your issue, please accept my post as a solution.
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Seems like a workable solution, let me try this and I will reply once done. I indeed have 2 Office 365 versions as well so even Teams is a disaster being locked out of your own meeting. Got that working, next one to go. thanks. Ronald 


@trevorjones71 wrote:

Thanks for the tag @JessicaH 

 

Hi @vos01086,

 

Interesting problem.  I have both the HubSpot Sales and the Salesforce Add-in running in Outlook without problems.  I do have to toggle between the two sidebars in Outlook, however, depening upon which account I am looking at.

 

For Salesforce, I click the cloud in the Outlook ribbon, and for HubSpot I click the Sprocket.  See the screenshot below:

 

HS-SF Outlook Ribbon.png

 

Of course, in my case I have a single email address for both platforms and my Salesforce instance is integrated with HubSpot.

 

With that in mind, this may have more to do with your Office 365 account than with HubSpot.

 

You say this is with two different organizations, correct?  If you also have two different Office 365 email accounts, you need to log in to Office 365 with one email address and add both plugins using that email.  If you added the plugins on different email addresses, the only one that will show is the one associated with the Office account you are logged into.

 

Hope this helps!

 


 

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Unfortunatley, Outlook is a different kind of beast that I have terrible issues with. I would not be of much help with this issue. Good luck.