Posted 21 December 2005 - 08:49 AM
The solution I purposed would do precisely that. You would have the messages stored on the server and they would download to both computers. If you checked you mail on both computer every 2 to 3 days set OutLook to delete the messages on the server after 5 days or what every you feel is a reasonable lenght of time. This way it is automatic, and you don't have to transfer files between computers.
But if you insist on transferring files, export your emails from say your notebook to your desktop when you log into your home LAN. It would be like exporting to a disk, but it would be merged into the folder on OutLook. All you would have to do is use the "Map a drive" feature in My Network Places. The other computer would then be just a hard drive thru the network. All you have to do is point to it when you save your information.
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