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Specify folder for sent items

Posted on 2006-07-20
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Hi,

I have an outlook 2003 client with just one imap account. I want the sent emails to be stored in the imap Items folder rather than the Personal Folders Sent Items folder.

How do I do this?

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Greetings, tangerine27 !

Outlook defaults to saving sent email locally. You must set up a rule in Outlook which places a copy of every message you send in the sent-mail folder on the server. Rules are created using a wizard found in Rules and Alerts under the Tools menu of Outlook 2003.

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Thanks!
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You are welcome, tangerine27!
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