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At my company there is a limited network that does not have internet/e-mail access. However, it does have access to a shared network drive. I also have an always-on desk computer that has full internet/e-mail access that can write to the same network drive. E-mail is with Microsoft Exchange, accessed using Outlook 2010.

Is there any way to configure Outlook, or another program, to allow continuous e-mail access from the limited network? I can install programs on either computer, but not open ports, etc. I don't care if I can't send e-mails from the limited network, but I would at least like to be notified of new e-mails and have title/sender information.

Any suggested tool/combination of tools, or should I code it myself?

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Do you want to access your emails from other computers or what? – thims Jul 1 '13 at 17:29
@thims - Yes, I want to view my e-mails from other computers that don't have internet access, only network drive access. – Justin Jul 1 '13 at 17:58

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