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Posted on 2007-04-05
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Hi.

Is there any reason why there would be a difference between replies, forwards and new messages sent, with regards to being put in the sent items folder?

Thanks.
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Frankco earned 500 total points
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Hi idsafs,

They should all go into the sent folder.
Make sure this option is checked: Tools | Options ~ E-mail Options, "Save copies of messages in Sent Items folder".  Also, click the Advanced E-mail options button and make sure "In folders other than the
Inbox, save replies with original message" is NOT checked.
Cheers,
frankco
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