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"Send as", and place where send mails are stored

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I created a mailbox, wich should be used by multiple persons. (including myself).
I give everyone the appropied right on the mailbox, and grated them the "send as" permissions.

In my outlook client (2003) i added the just created mailbox. I receive emails in this mail box, and can send emails in name of this box. However...
I want the sent mail to be automaticly stored in the sent items from this mailbox. Now they are stored in my own sent items (i can drag them to the sent items of the appropied mailbox).

How can i accomplish this?
I tried creating a outlook rule, but there's no possibility to create such a rule.
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not possible
you cannot redirect the "sent items" without creating rules
workaround is http://telnetport25.wordpress.com/2007/08/20/send-on-behalf-places-item-in-the-senders-sent-items-rather-than-the-from/
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or you can use the tool from http://www.ivasoft.biz/unisent.shtml
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Micrsoft's fix for this is to move the items manually between the two mailboxes. I've heard that the rules option is not very reliable but the Ivasoft product should work.
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Not exactly the awnser's i was hoping for... But since it's the only way...
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