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how to store sent emails to the sent items folder of my additional mailbox in my mailbox?

Posted on 2006-07-21
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Hi experts, here is my question.

I am using SBS 2003 with exchange on the server and ms outlook 2003 in clients. In my deafult mailbox I have added one more mail box called "sales". I want to send and receive emails from this mailbox (sales) similar to my default mailbox. Currently I receive all the sales emails ok and I can also send emails. The problem is that when I send emails from the sales mailbox then the sent email is stored in the sent items of my default mailbox and not in the sent items of the sales mailbox. Any idea how to solve this issue?
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Without third party tools you cannot.
Outlook stores all outbound email in the default sent items mailbox.
The only way you can fix the issue is to have two Outlook profiles and swap when you want to send.

The only third party tool that could do the job that I am aware of is Unisent: http://www.ivasoft.biz/unisent.shtml

Simon.
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