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synchronize emails in outlook

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by wizzle2003, Jan 21, 2007.

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  1. wizzle2003

    wizzle2003 Thread Starter

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    Hi,
    I networked 2 computers (WIN XP Pro + WinXP Home) and shared the "Shared Documents" Folder so both have access to each other. (works perfect)
    Now I would like to setup MS Outlook (the newest version - think it should be 2002) the way so all the emails synchronize on both computers, what means:
    If I write an email on computer 'A' and send it off, the person on computer 'B' should be able to also see the email I sent in his Outlook 'SENT' folder (and the other way around). What also means, that emails can be sent as "BEHALF OF".
    For example:
    Computer A: Business-Owner
    Computer B: Secretary (being able to send email 'In Behalf' of the Owner)

    Could someone advice me how to set this up, so outlook automatically synchronizes (or however you'd call it) :) the emails?

    Thanks a lot in advance
    wizzle2003
     
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    wizzle2003 Thread Starter

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    Do you or anyone know of a good progr/tool (maybe even freeware :)) to do this and to get tt accomplished?

    Thanks a lot
    wizzle2003
     
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    The link given shows two programs with a free trial.
    Have you tried those programs yet?
     
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