E-Mails and Network

  carper 10:17 17 Jan 2007
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Hi,
I have set up a wireless network with file and printer sharing and would like to ask this question.
Is it possible to access the In Box on the main computer from my laptop without copying and pasting etc. Thanks in advance Carper

  recap 12:01 17 Jan 2007

Unfortunately the answer is no if you are using OE or Outlook unless you are using Exchange Server, which in a home environment is far to great an expense.

  PalaeoBill 12:02 17 Jan 2007

Essentially: You cannot share the real inbox folder but you can set up a personal folder (or Net Folder) called 'inbox' which is shared by both PC's.
One each PC, set up Outlook to pop mail from your e-mail server into the inbox as normal and create a rule to move the e-mail directly to the shared personal folder 'inbox'.
I use this system at home quite happily.

Try:

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This may explain thing a little better that I have.

  carper 15:59 17 Jan 2007

Thanks for your replies I'll work on it. Carper

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