Synchronising Outlook


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Guest

Hello

I am a new user with Outlook, I have Outlook at work (Office 2000) and at
home I run Office XP on Windows XP home, I have in the past exported my pst
file from work and imported to my home work "account" under Windows. Is this
the correct way to do it and keep the two in syn or should I be using a
different process.

Thank you
 
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Ben M. Schorr, MVP

Hello

I am a new user with Outlook, I have Outlook at work (Office 2000) and
at
home I run Office XP on Windows XP home, I have in the past exported my
pst
file from work and imported to my home work "account" under Windows. Is
this
the correct way to do it and keep the two in syn or should I be using a
different process.

Thank you
Check this page for all you need to know:
http://www.slipstick.com/config/backup.htm

--
-Ben-
Ben M. Schorr, MVP-OneNote/Outlook
Operations Coordinator
Stockholm/KSG - Honolulu
Microsoft OneNote FAQ:
http://home.hawaii.rr.com/schorr/computers/onenotefaq.htm
 
G

Guest

Hi Roger,
Ask your IT department (if you have one) if they have an exchange server,
because if they do and its on the internet you should be able to use Outlook
Web Access (OWA) to access your work email. They might also allow you to
connect to your work network using a VPN (Virtual Private Network)
connection. If they do, you can very easily configure Outlook to sync with
your works mail server.

If you want a more indepth chat about this reply to this message.

Hope this helps and have a fantastic day
-Kevin McAleer
 
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Brian Tillman

Roger said:
I am a new user with Outlook, I have Outlook at work (Office 2000)
and at home I run Office XP on Windows XP home, I have in the past
exported my pst file from work and imported to my home work "account"
under Windows. Is this the correct way to do it and keep the two in
syn or should I be using a different process.
Different process. See
http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/backupandrestore.htm
 

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