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Old 10-29-2013, 09:23 AM
paddit paddit is offline Synchronising Outlook 2013 on multiple PCs Windows 7 64bit Synchronising Outlook 2013 on multiple PCs Office 2013
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Hi All,
Hopefully someone can help me. I work for a small company (we have 3 PCs running Win 7 and all running Outlook 2013). I would like to be able to access emails, contacts and address books from any of the 3 PCs. We don't have and Exchange server - our mail is provided by a 3rd party.
Can this be done within Outlook or do I need a 3rd party product to enable me to do this?


Happy to provide any other details you want in order to help me to get what my Company needs.
Thanks in Advance

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bartvincke bartvincke is offline Synchronising Outlook 2013 on multiple PCs Windows 7 64bit Synchronising Outlook 2013 on multiple PCs Office 2010 64bit
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Third party for sure. The collaboration part is just what makers exchange stand out between the pop providers.

You might want tot look into office 365 for your company. It sounds ideal for your needs.
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