Fortunately, there's a simple solution. It's called Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP for short), and it allows for two-way communication between your e-mail account and your PCs. That means whatever program or computer you use to access your e-mail, you'll always see the same thing. There are several ways to set it up, but the easiest is to use Gmail, Google's free e-mail service, which recently added IMAP support. And because Gmail can pull messages from most existing e-mail accounts, it's a cinch to route everything to one inbox.