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How to Sync Outlook to multiple computers.??

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November 28, 2013 10:40:34 PM

Hi there everyone,

I'm trying to figure out something and I kind of require some help with it..?

I have 3 computers, office, home, mobile.. And what I'm trying to find out is how can I sync them all into one? So lets just say for example, I am replying to an email in my office, but then it was time to go home so when I get home I wanted to review on what message I sent from the office.. How can I make all 3 outlooks Sync into one?

In another words, when I'm at home I can access my outlook from my office, or from a laptop or phone?? I don't want to install a lot of 3rd party software or even cloud I ONLY use Microsoft Outlook 2013... Nor do I wanna pay for a software to do the job correctly..

If there is anyone who can assist me on how can I do this that would be very helpful.

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November 29, 2013 8:15:40 AM

That's exactly what Exchange Server is for.
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November 30, 2013 3:04:22 PM

ex_bubblehead said:
That's exactly what Exchange Server is for.


Okay thank you, Where can I buy this software in a retail store? is it easy to set up? I've never done this before?

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November 30, 2013 5:54:31 PM

ex_bubblehead said:
No, you're not going to buy it in a retail store, and it requires significant knowledge to set it up. There are however some hosted solutions.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microsoft_Exchange_Server
http://www.whatisanexchangeserver.com/what-is-an-exchan...
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/exchange/
http://www.godaddy.com/email/hosted-exchange.aspx


Ahh I thought so, my co-worker told me that it doesn't need a software to do this? because another employee did it without installing any type software? and they are also using Microsoft Outlook 2010

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November 30, 2013 7:06:52 PM

Centralized e-mail, such as you described, requires some sort of server to hold it.
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December 1, 2013 11:59:34 AM

ex_bubblehead said:
Centralized e-mail, such as you described, requires some sort of server to hold it.


Ahh okay, thank you ex_bubblehead for your help.?

Are you sure that there is a way that you can do that without requiring any server software? I still have a strong feelings that this can be done..
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December 1, 2013 10:26:17 PM

HPMan,

Have you tried Outlook/Hotmail integration with Outlook client? In short - your desktop Outlook client can be configured to use your hotmail.com account. That's way, all your computers connected to this same account will be in sync.

You can configure Hotmail (and probably, your existing e-mail account) to pull/route all new messages from your old account.
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December 5, 2013 6:15:48 AM

Set your mail software to use imap instead of pop3.
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