|10 Feb 2010||#1|
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Outlook: Sync POP3 accounts via Live Hotmail.
I have a POP3 account configured on my main computer and on my laptop. I noticed that it does not keep track of my read/unread status and other things such as Sent Items and other folder that I have. It also does not support bringing over the contacts and appointments.
How can I easily sync these changes?
While there are several tools available which allow you to keep your two machines synchronized (even via USB stick), or you could copy over the pst-file each time you are switching between machines, you can also use a (free) Live Hotmail account for this.
Signup for a Live Hotmail account
If you don’t have a Live Hotmail account yet, you’ll first have to signup for one. In the signup process you’ll need to click “Or get a Windows Live e-mail address” to create an account.
Sync POP3 accounts via Live Hotmail | MSOutlook.info
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