external disk


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Bill SG

I have all my PST files on an external disk, so I can carry my emails back
and forthe between home and work. On both computers, the external drive is
E:. I have Outlook 2002 setup on both computers and everything works fine
except - the rules. Whenever I switch computers, the rule to redirect a mail
coming from a specified account has reverted back to needing the account to
be respecified.

Any way to not have to change this twice a day?
 
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Bill SG

It that still something I will have to do twice a day? The reason for
importing and exporting rules is to support different versions of Outlook,
according to the help. I have the same version on both computers, at least I
think so. Where are the rules stored? WHere are the account names stored.
Maybe I have a diffrent spelling or capitalization between the two
computers.

Bill


Diane Poremsky said:
Not really. Export the rules and import to fix them, if you aren't doing it
already.

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Bill SG said:
I have all my PST files on an external disk, so I can carry my emails back
and forthe between home and work. On both computers, the external drive is
E:. I have Outlook 2002 setup on both computers and everything works fine
except - the rules. Whenever I switch computers, the rule to redirect a mail
coming from a specified account has reverted back to needing the account to
be respecified.

Any way to not have to change this twice a day?
 

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