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Defaulting to the inbox

Posted on 1998-06-01
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I need to know how to set the defaut to place all messages sent  into the "inbox" instaed of the "sent" folder. I know you can do it individually with each message. I want it done for every message.
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Question by:SrArtemis
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by:Jez
ID: 1620912
Have you tryed using the Message Wizard? So you can set the settings that when a message arrives in the sent box it moves it to the inbox.
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by:SrArtemis
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If by Message Wizard you are refering to the inbox assistance(rules) Yes I have explored that area. Other wise I do not know of any Message Wizard in Outlook
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by:krk
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There is no way you can save the sent msgs in other folders automatically.  Default it will land up in sent folders only.  Because option says either you can save it in Sent folder or leave it.

Only for incoming msgs you have options to put wherever you want.

Rgds
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TSauer earned 50 total points
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You can do this with a outomatic rule defined for your sent messages.

If you have no "big" expiriences with this, there is a assistant aviable on the microsoft download page
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by:SrArtemis
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establishing a rule will not default to the inbox.  The client has decided to use the message option when needed.  Thanks for the input everyone.

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