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how do you create a sent folder in blackberry Storm

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how do you create a sent folder in blackberry Storm.  Then can the message sent from the BB and message sent from the BES both go there automatically?
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Gary Cutri earned 250 total points
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Hi, a Blackberry device on BES has a sent folder by default but a copy is also shown in the Messages list.  What you can do is hide the sent items from being display in Messages by doing the following:

1. Open Messages
2. Press the menu button
3. Select Options
4. Select General Options
5. Change Hide Sent to Yes
6. Exit and Save

Now on the device no sent items will be visible in the Message list.  Now to view your sent items folder perform the following:

1. Open Messages
2. Press menu
3. Select View Folder
4. Select the Sent Items folder



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Great,
thanks
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