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    Default Synchronise Outlook Calendars?

    Any clues how can I synchronise the Outlook Calendar for my home pc and office workstation? Quick ways like plug in a thumbdrive, run some tools, new calendar entries goes to the thumbdrive etc.

    Not using exchange server.

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    No one using the calendar function?


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    if you go a windoz pda... use active sync on both pc loh.
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    No pda...

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    bro try google. got a few ideas man!

    http://www.google.com.sg/search?q=sy...en-US:official
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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    No pda...
    simplest way would be to designate your both outlook data files to your thumbdrive folder using the same file.

    Drawback is that your thumbdrive would have to be plugged in for either to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CYRN
    simplest way would be to designate your both outlook data files to your thumbdrive folder using the same file.

    Drawback is that your thumbdrive would have to be plugged in for either to work.
    Hrm.... the whole pst file will probably take a while to transfer.

    Or should I get a pda. Problem is hate carrying too many things around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by togu
    Hrm.... the whole pst file will probably take a while to transfer.

    Or should I get a pda. Problem is hate carrying too many things around.
    You can create a separate account only for calander. The file shouldn't be very big.
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