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I'm helping set up a small network. They have 3 pc's linked together via a router. Pc's can see each other and share folders no problem.
They have one email account, currently being controlled from one of the pc's.
This pc sends/receives and has various email folders set up.
They all have outlook 2003 installed but how does each see the same folders.
E.g. an email comes in - all three pc's should receive it, when it gets put in a folder the folder is updated on each pc.
So basically three pc's sharing the same outlook.
Don't want to have to get Exchange for them, is there a way to do this. I thought you could have the pst file on a shared drive and all three outlooks good read from this, but seems you can't share a pst file.
Any help much appreciated.
 

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Don't want to have to get Exchange for them, is there a way to do this. I thought you could have the pst file on a shared drive and all three outlooks good read from this, but seems you can't share a pst file.
Any help much appreciated.
Seems you answered your own question and know what the next step is from this paragraph.

Unless their ISP allows some kind of IMAP connection, Exchange is about the only answer here.
 
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