Assign webmail, tasks etc to personal folders in Outlook 2007

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I'm in a small setting using Office Live Small Business for e-mail and Outlook Connector to syncronize it with Outlook. My users (myself and three others) had Outlook 2003 so that all incomming mail went to the personal folders. As a result so did all tasks, contacts and calendar items. (Tools / Email Accounts / "Send all new mail .. ."). As a result we had seamless syncronization between our desktops, Pocket PCs and the web client. It even made sending meeting invites possible. It was like using Office Live as an Exchange Server. We are updating to Office 2007 Professional only to find out that the setting in Tools is no longer there. No one in tech support can give us any help. Anybody have any ideas? The other option is to stick with Office 2003, but it seems like we should be upgrading by now. Adam

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