Google Apps Sync Outlook and non-gmail POP3 account

Google Apps Sync for Outlook is a great feature; however, when I add a secondary POP account it wants to put everything in the gmail pst. I want separate accounts and separate psts. Is this possible? My users need to be able to look at multiple accounts without having to deal with filing emails in the correct account. I know that I can set rules up to move the "@xyz.com" emails to an "xyz.pst." Is that the most practical way?
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stehardy88Commented:
You should be able to create a seperate .pst file, and specify seperate accounts to deliver mail to a seperate .pst.
There's a guide here on how to do it: http://www.slipstick.com/config/defaultpst.htm
It's almost identical in Outlook 2007 - I've just tested it and works correctly.
Hope this helps.
stehardy88

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