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automatically moving sent e-mails to a folder rather than saving in sent

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I can't figure out how to move sent e-mails automatically to a persons folder. I don't want to save them in sent, I want them to go to the persons folder. I have tried to create rules but this hasn't worked. Is there a way to accomplish this?
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Here's a link that describes it quite clearly.

http://www.brunel.ac.uk/depts/cc/email/outlook/filesent.html

Unfortunately, there is no rule for moving a sent file to another folder only a copy - but this link describes how you can also set up a rule that you manually invoke to delete all your copied files from the Sent folder.

Hope this helps,

Andrew
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Thanks Jamesh....
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