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A couple other approaches... One would be to use IMAP instead of POP. Then
all your folders, etc. stay on the server. I use SquirrelMail as a webmail
client that I can use anywhere, and get access to the tons of saved email.
Another approach (though not quite as nice) is to just tell one of the POP
clients to leave the mail on the server. Let the other one take the mail
off the server. This won't sync folders, etc., and the one that takes mail
off the server (delete after download) can get some newer mail the other
All in all, I like IMAP.
I don't use outlook myself. But I believe it has an "export" and
"import" feature that will allow you to do this.
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