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Yahoo! Mail w/ Outlook 2007 + Windows Mail

I have my Yahoo! e-mail client set up w/ Outlook 07 & WIndows Mail. want it so that I can go between programs and have the same mail contacts and calendar. (Sync together???) I need t use both of them.

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  • neetfreek Aug 18, 2008

    I mean when i go to outlook today and ad some contacts and more calendar items. I want to be able to go tomorrow and they will be in windows mail. (this really doesn't have anything to do w/ Yahoo)

  • neetfreek Aug 19, 2008

    i am not using windows live. I am using MS Office Outlook 2007 & MS Win Vista Home Premium SP1 w/ Windows Mail. I want to use both applications but have the same data in both of them without doing it manually.

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Not likely, since Yahoo and MSoft parted ways after the merger attempt. not much movement here..only way you MIGHT be able to do it, is to import those records, etc, into a third party application, but I've not seen one anywhere.

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Posted on Aug 18, 2008

  • Patrique Davenporte Aug 19, 2008

    well..that's fine..the lead in here was a Yahoo email client, that's why I mentioned it. I'm a little unclear here. are you using Windows Live, by chance?

  • Patrique Davenporte Aug 19, 2008

    well..sounds like a great application to attempt. I'm not even sure that MSoft has such a thing.

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