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Outlook 2007 rule to move sent message with different from address to another folder? (Exchange account)

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I have a client who has two different email domains and I have set up two Exchange accounts for each domain for him. He has both mailboxes open in Outlook so that he can keep mails for each domain in their own related mailboxes. He uses from field to choose sending address/domain but all sent mail goes to main account sent mail folder as a default behaviour of Outlook/Exchange.

Is there way to create rule which applies to messages he has sent on behalf of his another account? I tried bunch of different rules but failed to create a working one.
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When using IMAP in Outlook 2007 you can (after you have created the account) go under advanced and define the "sent folder", so you can have one for each account.

I have never used exchange so dont know if that works there aswell, but you can try with IMAP setup and see if that is good enough for you.
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Thanks kdyresen, but with Exchange account I can't define sent mail folder. Outlook also treats Exchange mailboxes as a single account so I can't make rule based on sending account.
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bah only way to do this is with imap accounts.
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