sychronize Outlook between Office and home

Posted on 2006-04-02
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I use Outlook 2003 at my Office and at Home. I was wondering how I could synchronize my notes, calendar and tasks so that I had them at both locations.
Question by:jghentley
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    Here's a link that talks about synching Outlook.

    Personally, I use SynchPST.  I have a laptop and a desktop and I connect the laptop to my network at the office and synch once connected to the same network.  

    If you have the computers on the same network or connected by VPN then I would go with SynchPST, if not then check the link above.

    If you don't want to do that then you could opt for a USB hard drive and put the pst file on it and then use a program like synchPST to synch to the USB hard drive.  Of course you have the burden of carrying a USB hard drive from work to home and such.

    Last option I can offer is just exporting the tasks and then emailing them to yourself and then importing them at home.  The last two options seem like a bit too much work though, but I hope some of this helps.

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