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How do I move mails sent from me on behalf of someone from my sent items mailbox to their deleted items mailbox folder?

Posted on 2006-10-19
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I have full access to my manager's mailbox.  I am able to send mail on his behalf.  
He wants to be able to see the mail I have sent on his behalf.
When I try to move the message from my sent items to my manager's deleted items- the mail goes to my deleted items.

I then have to drag the mail from my deleted items to my manager's deleted items before it appears there.

Is there a work around for this?
I do not want all my sent mail to be copied to my manager's deleted items.  I only want mails that I send on his behalf to be moved to his deleted items.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks.
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inbarasan earned 70 total points
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Dear TSG_Firstline,
I belive that sending a copy (To your manager mailbox) while sending the mail as your manager may be solution.

Cheers!
Inba
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That's an excellent idea- thank you.
I know in Outlook 2000 this was not a problem- but this workaround is fine for now.
Thanks again
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