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Keeping 2 computers in sync

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Keeping 2 computers in sync

Postby apjcs » Fri Oct 15, 2004 5:22 am

What's the best procedure for keeping Barca and Poco in sync between my laptop and desktop?

Thanks

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Postby robin » Fri Oct 15, 2004 8:06 am

A number of ways come to mind...all with upsides and downsides...

One would be to use PocoMail PE, which is designed to sync with a fixed machine, but I don't use it so can't really comment any further (but check the web site for more information).

If you already have PocoMail (non-PE), then the *simplest* way would be to get a utility that maintains the files on each machine in sync with each other, but there is a potential downside to this: if you download a message to one machine and you download a different message to another machine then sync them you will lose one of the messages (depending on the settings of the utility) because all the messages are kept in one file and only the *file* will be sync'd.

You could also use backup and restore - there is also a thread here on the subject that might help. You might run into the same concerns here as above.

Another though is to use IMAP if your mail server lets you then your mail is kept on the server - but that is another subject altogether: do a forum search on "IMAP" and see what pops up :shock:

I hope that this helps your thoughts.
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