So, you've got your cell phone, your PDA and your laptop. You have your frequent flyer account numbers memorized, and you can grab a connection through O'Hare inside 10 minutes without breaking a sweat. You've got spare batteries, power converters and adapters for every configuration from Italy to Istanbul. You've got your contacts, e-mails, task list and calendar right at your fingertips at all times. You're a true 21st century road warrior, a digital marvel, proud, strong, organized, unstoppable. Right? Yeah, me too. Problem is, we're living on the edge of a knife and our road-show kingdom is actually a house of cards built on a less-than-perfect foundation - a little (or not-so-little) file called outlook.pst.