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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    Which PST holds a task?

    If I have multiple POP PST files, is there a way to ensure that tasks are always put in one specific PST?

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    Chuck,

    I don't know if this can be done without selecting that PST first. My question is why don't you just have 1 .PST file with multiple POP accounts received in it? This is the way I handle 5 email accounts 3 gmail and 2 earthlink. You can then use rules to distribute email recived from each account to the appropriate folders. With this setup Tasks, Contacts, Memos, and Calendar events all occur in the single .PST file.
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    Uranium Lounger CWBillow's Avatar
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    That one's easy RG: they aren't all POP or IMAP accounts, but both. I actually dislike IMAP in a lot of ways, for it seems a good deal more finicky than POP. But then access is only local, and that won't work in all cases.

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