Remove Sent Items in Lotus Notes 7

I don't know if this is the right classification for this question... but I can't find anywhere else to put it.
I'm using Lotus Notes 7 for my e-mails and I wanted to know how I can configure my mail database so it does not send a copy of the e-mails I send into the Sent Items folders.  Can anyone show me how?

Thanks!
SylvaniaAsked:
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SysExpertConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I do not think that this is possible without writing a simple agent that simple goes through and deletes the sent folder docs on a daily basis.

Do you need help writing such an agent ?

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SysExpertCommented:
Goto
File- preferences- user preferences, Mail section - Sending section- Keep a copy .
 change the setting.

I hope this helps !
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SylvaniaAuthor Commented:
Thanks SysExpert.
I'm sorry for not being clear enough in my question, so let me ask it more precisely:
I want to control this setting based on the database and not based on the user.
In your solution, All my Inboxes, currently opened by my mail client, will not keep track of sent items, am I right?
What I need, is one precise mail database to NEVER keep track of sent items, no matter who is opening it (a user, a program, etc.)
My situation is the following : we use a software to manage our requests and this software auto-replies to people.  However, we don't need to keep a copy of the mails sent by this program, there is no relevance in that, so it grows a mail database in size for nothing.

Can you or anybody else help? Or is it something unthinkable, because it would only be controllable by each specific client, as in SysExpert's actual comment?
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SylvaniaAuthor Commented:
No thanks for your help, this is what we wanted to do, I just wanted to be sure it was the only way because... well, I don't like it! =)
We'll do it this way.

Thanks for your quick answer.
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