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Posted on 2004-08-02
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Hi all,

I have a wierd problem with Outlook 2000.  I created a subfolder under inbox and a rule to move emails to that folder if they arrive from a specified list of people.  It works fine but emails that I send to those people also move to that folder instead of sent items!  It was working fine in Outlook 98.  Please help!

Thanks!

Adi
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by:sunray_2003
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Not sure how you created the rule. May be doing this would help

Open Outlook
go to tools --> rules wizard
in the window that opens , Click "new"
Select " Start from a blank rule"
and then select "Check messages when they arrive"
Now continue from there.
Create the rule and then try checking now

SR
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by:vbtiger
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Still the same.  When I reply to a message in my personal folder, the sent item also sits there!

Maybe you can run me through the rest of the rules wizard set up.
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IvaSoft earned 50 total points
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Tools > Options > Preferences tab > E-mail options > Advanced e-mail options > uncheck "In folders other then the Inbox, save replies with the original message"

Regards,
Victor
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by:vbtiger
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Super!  I realized only now that it was happening only to my replies.  Thanks Victor!
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