I'm running Vista Premium although my question refers to Windows no matter
what version you're running.
I've wondered for longer than I'd like to remember what Synchronization
means. In my case I'm particularly talking about newsgroups. When I right
click on a subscribed newsgroup in my Windows mail there is an option for
"Synchronization settings" allowing to...
1 Don't Synchronize
2 All Messages
3 New messages only
4 Headers only
Can someone give a good explanation, I'm sure others would also like to
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- Re: is this possible?
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