enabling IMAP on Domino does not display the Sent Folder in Outlook

Hi,

I have enabled my Lotus notes .nsf  file(Mail file) for IMAP access using the following command :
Load convert -m mail\mailfile.nsf * iNotes5.ntf
This gives me access via IMAP to all the folders that I have created (Including the Inbox)
However I am unable to see the sent and drafts views using IMAP
Is there anyway that I can see sent and other Views using IMAP ?

- Aditi
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
Instead of sent items.. define it as sent, and then reset the list by right clicking on the account.
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HemanthaKumarCommented:
what is your imap client ? Outlook Express ??

There is a setting where you have instruct the client which one would be your root folder.. eg; in OE goto properties and IMAP tab and specify root folder as Inbox.. and also enable save special folders (sent item and draft). This should display the folders correctly

~Hemanth
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aditimithiAuthor Commented:
Hi Hemanth,

We are using outlook 2003.Tried the setting that you mention. however I require just the opposite.
In what you mention, the sent items and drafts are folders that are created on the Domino server(via IMAP) that hold all sent mails after the shift over to outlook.
What I require is to see all my mails in the "sent" view. These mails already exist in Lotus Notes client and need to be viewed in Outlook via the IMAP connection.

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Aditi
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