If you use Microsoft Outlook on your work computer and your laptop, when you're out the office on business, you have one or two options: you could set up your laptop-based Outlook to leave the email messages on your POP3 server then download them when you get back to your office. However, if you're out of the office for a long time, this might not prove efficient. The alternative is to use a synchronisation tool to sync your email across the two computers.
SynchPst 2.3 will enable you to synchronise your email, contacts and other Outlook items across two computers. If you add meeting and contact information when you're on the road, you can sync this back to your office computer, later. If you have more than one PST file, you can also merge them together within one database file.
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