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Synchronizing E-Mail on Multiple Computers

Is there a way to receive and synchronize e-mail on multiple computers without going through an exchange server? I regularly use three machines: a desktop, a notebook, and a "netbook." When my e-mail was routed through an exchange server I could log on from any computer and all messages would be accessible. Now I don't have that luxury and am using only the notebook for e-mail to avoid having messages spread over three machines. I'm using Outlook 2007 as the e-mail program. The OS is windows 7. Outlook 2007 is available on the other machines, which are running XP.

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Not a native feature.
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Promising Solution

Looks like a promising solution. I will follow up on it.

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Re: mail

That's what they invented "webmail" for (like gmail and hotmail). Storage in the "cloud". Accessible anywhere.

Nice for private use. For businesses consider a paid account somewhere with ample storage and an accessible customer service. Hosted Exchange is a good option, for example.


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