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saving drafts in other users exchange mailbox?

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I have setup Outlook to open two mailboxes, the local user and another user on the Exchange Server within Outlook 2003.

When I attempt to create a draft and try to store it in the other users mailbox, it goes in the local users mailbox.

Is there a way to have the message stored in the other users mailbox and allow the local user to edit / modify the draft?

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How is Outlook going to know which account the draft is for? You can move the draft in to the other user's mailbox if you wish, but I cannot think of anything automatic.

You might have better luck in the Outlook topic area.

Simon.
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