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With Outlook2000, in a custom form, I get the error msg: 'Can't save sent items to a public folder. Save sent items to your Sent Items folder instead'.  This error is just a speed-bump, because regardless of which button you hit (Yes or No) in the error dialog, everything works fine from there.

Anybody have a clue what causes this?
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Under Tools, Options, Preferences, Email Options, check the following:
"Save copies of messages in Sent Items folder" should be checked.  Then press the "Advanced Email options" button and UNCHECK the "In folders other than Inbox, save replies with original message" box.

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