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Old May 23, 2013, 12:09 PM
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It sounds like an imap proxy is what you need.

Have your windows server pull all 4 emails via IMAP to itsself, then via IMAP you can connect to it locally. That way "read"/"delete"/"sent" status propagates to all clients.

I have never used one but I'm sure there is many windows based ones, I know squirrelmail has one for linux.
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Old June 20, 2013, 07:10 PM
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another option would be to subscribe to a hosted exchange plan using office 365. I use this and unlike gmail this is an exchange platform which means it has proper 2 way synching for email, contacts and calendar items. However there is a monthly fee. (around 5-6 bucks per hosted exchange account per month.)
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