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Old 12-06-2013, 05:21 PM
Hwalker1 Hwalker1 is offline Is the new outlook usable Windows 7 64bit Is the new outlook usable Office 2010 64bit
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I just bought a copy of office 2010 to replace my old office 2003, which does not handle libraries very well, only to find that it is an bulk licensed copy. I sent it back and received a refund. Now I need to know if the Microsoft outlook on line system / app is worth considering. From what I can see, it does not handle pop 3 properly, stores all your emails on the cloud instead of on your computer, which is no good to me. I do have 4 computers all used at different times, so it hopefully will sync them together, but if I do not have the facility to store the emails on my computers, then its no use to me.
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Old 12-11-2013, 11:54 AM
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Hi,

Why do you need to store the emails on your computers? For backup reasons? For printing purposes? I think if you can tackle this problem then you will be better off because Office 365 will keep all your computers in sync (since your email will be in the cloud).

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