Send Email

I wonderif there is any method to save  additional copies of sent-emails.  I mean when I send email out from outlook, it will automatically saved a copy in the "sent-box".  is there a way to add an additional copy to a specific folder or a specific location in the local machine?

Please kindly help me out.
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shivsaCommented:
u can add your name in Bcc field and send mail to yourself.
then u can set a rule that whenever a mail comes from your address, place that mail in specific folder.

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shivsaCommented:
or u can use Visual Basic Scripting Edition (VBScript) with a custom e-mail message form to programmatically save a copy of the item to the specific folder when it is sent. To programmatically save a copy of the item to the public folder when it is sent:

Implement the Send event.
Use the Save method to save the message.
Use the Copy method to make a copy of the mail message.
Use the Move method to move the copied message to the specific folder.
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CoffeeBeanAuthor Commented:
hi shivsa,
I prefer to write a VBScript, can you tell me how to do it?  i can increase points
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shivsaCommented:
I really do not know how to write VB scripts.
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shivsaCommented:
Did u try adding rules.
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shivsaCommented:
if u know VBscript, u can take help from this page for scripting.
http://www.microsoft.com/officedev/articles/Opg/005/005.htm#PG005C2
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