In Vista, emails are individual eml files that you can drag and drop from
Explorer into an OE or WinMail folder. You can save the eml files from OE
and drag them and drop them into WinMail also.
My OEX program makes it a bit easier to synchronize between the two message
stores. See www.oehelp.com/OEX/
"Crummo" <Crummo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Thanks for the info, this will at least allow both inboxes to receive same
> I now just need to see how to sync contacts on each pc and possibly sent
> emails and filed emails.
> "PA Bear" wrote:
>> Forwarded to OE General and Windows Mail newsgroups via crosspost.
>> On both machines: Enable the option to leave messages on the mail server.
>> On one machine: Enable the option to delete messages from the server
>> after X
>> number days so the account doesn't exceed its limit.
>> ~Robear Dyer (PA Bear)
>> MS MVP-Windows (IE, OE, Security, Shell/User)
>> AumHa VSOP & Admin; DTS-L.org
>> Crummo wrote:
>> > Hi
>> > I have a customer using XP home MCE on a laptop and Vista home Premium
>> > on
>> > a
>> > desktop. They connect to the internet and a single POp3 email account
>> > through a switch to adsl, hardwired for the laptop and wireless for the
>> > laptop.
>> > They want to be able to pick up email on either PC but also to keep
>> > their
>> > email accounts, contacts etc in sync whenever both PCs are are on and
>> > connected to the switch.
>> > Using web mail would be an easy solution but they would prefer not to.
>> > I guess this must be be a very common scenario today, how should we go
>> > about
>> > it?
>> > Thanks
>> > Crummo