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Is it possible to  sync one outlook user to multiple PCs

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I have several computers that are running outlook 2003 in my home network.  One is a desktop, the other two are laptops; one for work and the other for home.  Is it possible to "sync" my emails, contacts, and calendar to each of the PCs like a PDA would except without using a PDA itself?  I know about backing things up and transfering them over to the other PCs for import, but I wanted to see if there was a "Sync now" program/option possibility.

Thanks!

Chris
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Hi clew142,

There is no option for doing this between computers.  The best solution I can think of is to store, or copy, your PST file on a flash drive and carry it between machines.  

Cheers!
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