Outlook 2003 rules for sent mail

I'm having trouble creating a rule to have all mail that is sent by one of our staff, placed in a folder.  I created a rule to move everything that is sent to the user with no problem.  If anyone could send me the steps I'd appreciate it.

Thanks,

J.R.
J.R. SitmanIT DirectorAsked:
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will_scarlet7Commented:
You can make a rule to move a Copy for all emails sent through a specific account.
Using the built in rules you cannot move the email completely, though you could write your own "rule" using VBA.
J.R. SitmanIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Could you be more specific on the exact steps of "copy for all emails sent through a specific account.
will_scarlet7Commented:
1.) Create a new rule
2.) Start from blank rule -> Check Messages after sending
3.) Step 1: Conditions = Through the specified account (select the correct account)
4.) Step 1: Select action(s) = Move a copy to the specified folder (select the appropriate folder)
5.) Finish

LMK if this is not clear (I can sometimes be a bit hard to understand)
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J.R. SitmanIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
I received and e-mail that you had posted a reply to my last question, but there are no additional comments.  Please post again.  Thanks
will_scarlet7Commented:
Re-post:

1.) Create a new rule
2.) Start from blank rule -> Check Messages after sending
3.) Step 1: Conditions = Through the specified account (select the correct account)
4.) Step 1: Select action(s) = Move a copy to the specified folder (select the appropriate folder)
5.) Finish

LMK if this is not clear (I can sometimes be a bit hard to understand)

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J.R. SitmanIT DirectorAuthor Commented:
Your instructions were clear.  But the rule only works if the mail is sent from the account I'm using to "archive" all mail.  I've set up an account called "Archive" and all mail goes to this account.  So the rule for "sent" mail is only working if I send the mail from that account.  I hope I'm explaining my senario clearly.
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