Desktop computer: Dell XPS 8700, Windows 10 Professional 64 bit version 1703, MS Outlook 2016
Laptop computer: Dell Inspiron 5537, Windows 10 Home 64 bit version 1703, MS Outlook 2016
Smartphone: Samsung Galaxy S5, T-Mobile software, mostly mainstream apps, nothing exotic
"Mail central" for me is the desktop computer, I want to have all incoming and outgoing mail messages filed there (except the ones I delete, of course). Some long time ago I set up the cell phone to receive and display messages that arrived in my Outlook "In" box, and to send to the desktop computer,automatically, bcc of any replies I might send from the smartphone. The message display on the smartphone includes the 25 most recent messages, I can load more if necessary. Messages do not "persist" on the smartphone beyond their time in the sun.
Question arising, how can i set up the laptop so it works the same way? When I am off-site and perhaps sitting in the office of some other water agency I want to be able to receive and perhaps reply to messages using the laptop, but I want to be sure all incoming messages are filed in the desktop mail system, along with blind copies of anything I send out from the laptop.
Unfortunately I no longer remember how I set up the smartphone to do that - it was a couple of years ago and at age 85+ I find my memory not quite so razor-sharp as it used to be. I just remember that setting up the smartphone was pretty simple.
Thanks for any help.