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Postfix + Courier-IMAP how to save sent mails

Posted on 2003-11-06
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Hi,

I'm running that combo on my server and having trouble getting my mail client to save sent messages. On my linux machines I use kmail, and on windows I use outlook and neither save mail I've sent. Is this a mua problem or do I need to do something on the server? If it makes any difference, I am able to create other folders via my mua and transfer messages to and from them, I just can't get the default action of saving all outbound mail to a 'sent' folder.

Thanks in advance,

-Pat
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Please check you PC eamil client settings (outlook), to see if it looks like:

http://karmak.org/2003/courier-imap/outlook-2000/bug

also have a look at the following doc (Linux setup)
http://www.firstpr.com.au/web-mail/RH90-Postfix-Courier-Maildrop-IMAP/
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Thanks yuzh, I'm surprised with outlook express not having an easier way to do this but your link helped me.

-Pat
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