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Outlook 2K (9.0.0.2711) Sent Items

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All of a sudden, Outlook has stopped putting sent items into the Sent Items folder.  Anyone know why?
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could be a couple: 1. did you add a rule telling it not to?
2. did you check your settings: Tools - Options - Preferences tab - Email Options - make sure "save copies of sent messages in sent items folder" is checked.
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Also check your view settings on the Sent Items folder.  Go to View, Current View and make sure that you don't have a filter set.
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Thanks.  #2 was it.  Don't know how it got unchecked!
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