Business users often have a desktop computer and then use a laptop on the road or for accessing email at home. However, this often means you have two copies of Outlook, with two different databases. One option would be to keep the emails on the remote server, but with all the junk and spam email, your server might soon be full of email waiting to be deleted.
Another option is to use a tool such as SynchPST 2.2.6 which will enable you to synchronise your Outlook email between two different computers. Of course, it only copies across email received since the last time you ran the synchronisation, so the process should be relatively quick.
If you have two computers using Outlook, download SynchPST 2.2.6 and see if it helps you keep the same email stored across both machines.
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