I use multiple computers through the day, some at work, some personal.
I also presently use Outlook 2010 to receive most of my email, and a variety of webmail interfaces for the rest. For my personal email I am not rigidly locked into this software, but I do prefer to find a solution that would work with it.
I want to consolidate all my email in one place (simple) but be able to read it from (at least) a subset of the computers I use.
I am not looking for a solution that leaves my mail on the server (doesn't synchronize sent messages or doesn't consolidate all my mail), nor am I looking for a "forward it all to a gmail account" type solution (since I want my replies to come from the appropriate, corresponding email address).
I have heard about putting my PST file on a web drive, but I have concerns about being able to access it offline.
All of the machines that I am concern about receiving/sharing my email on are Windows Xp or Windows 7 machines. If a solution could also be applicable to Linux or MacOS that's a bonus.
How can I best address these concerns?