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    My desk PC is a Dell running Vista and Office 2007. I have just purchased a Sony Laptop running Windows 7 (64 bit) and Office 2007. I would like to keep the Laptop and PC both of which run Outlook in step with each other for emails, contact lists and calendar. Is this possible?

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    John,

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    Thanks, Iv'e looked at the other thread and that was most useful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnlee View Post
    My desk PC is a Dell running Vista and Office 2007. I have just purchased a Sony Laptop running Windows 7 (64 bit) and Office 2007. I would like to keep the Laptop and PC both of which run Outlook in step with each other for emails, contact lists and calendar. Is this possible?
    I've been synchronising Outlook 2003 on my main computer (currently Toshiba M5 running XP) with Outlook 2003 on my travelling laptop (currently Toshiba R500 with Vista) since mid-2005 using Easy2Sync for Outlook.

    I've no connection with the company other than being a very satisfied user. I've been very pleased with the reliable and thorough way it works, and also with the company's policy of continual improvement with free updates. Mine is the 'business' edition.

    After I bought the Outlook version I also bought Easy2Sync for Files by the same company. Wouldn't be without either
    Last edited by DAT; 2011-01-20 at 07:31.

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