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Old 04-08-2005, 01:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is there any way i can set up my dads work account for outlook at my house too?


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as long as the email server is accessible from the inet, you can. just setup the account just like it is at work. i suggest at home pull up the account properties and click the advanced tab and check leave a copy of messages on the server so when he goes back to work he'll download the emails again at work.

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Yes, what he said. If you don't, he'll be intercepting his own e-mails-- meaning he'll get some at home, but if he wants to read said e-mail at work, it won't be there.
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