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Can I move my Outlook 2010 .pst files to Windows Home Server V.1?

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  • Started 3 years ago by Fergalcatski
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Fergalcatski
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I have a Windows Home Server V.1. I also have 5 computers/laptops running Microsoft Office 2010 Professional all using Windows 7 Professional. I want an easier way to keep Outlook synchronized on all 5 machines. Can I move the .pst file to a folder on the server and point all 5 versions of Outlook at it? Would that work and keep all 5 machines in sync?

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scorpion99
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Don't think that it is possible because Windows will consider the file in use and will not allow the other application (Outlook) to access or modify it.
You can put a copy of your PST file on each computer and configure your account.What is your email type configuration? POP3 or IMAP or ....?
Check this for more info if you want :
Email Types

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