The best way to sync between multiple computers, imho, is to leave the
messages on the server and use DeltaSync or WebDAV to view them. I do this
with newer messages but being paranoid eventually download them all to one
computer using pop3. Then I make backups from that computer.
Outlook lets you have a common store folder, or it appears to. You can open
your Outlook.pst file from another computer on your infranet. I don't know
how safe this is...
Earle Horton -- earleh@xxxxxx
"...winston" <winstonmvp@xxxxxx> wrote in message
Attempts at synchronizing WLM by use of a common store folder and expecting
different machines(each with WLM installed)to
synchronize with that common store location is known to corrupt the message
store, WLM message store database and may in fact
produce a rash of other problems on each machine(missing messages, redundant
folders in the Recovered Items folder, etc)...
"Bobbi in MN" <BobbiinMN@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> I am using windows live mail on 3 computers with POP mail accounts. I set
> the POP accounts andam able to receive the email into wlm o.k., but I
> want to have to manually create the storage folders and move mail messages
> every time i open the wlm. Is there a way to keep every thing synced so I
> can open WLM anywhere and see the same thing?