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Sync'ing Out look with Home PC

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I want to sync my *.ost file on my laptop from my office network with my Outlook at home. I have tried several times but cannot see the OST through the Import process. Any suggestions?
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Export your OST to a PST file, then import the new PST.
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Duh, I knew that!
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