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outlook and syncing with gmail sent box

Posted on 2010-11-17
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Hi all
I have a Gmail account
I pop this to 3 PC using outlook
For popping I use the resent: tag

The issue I am having is
Whenever I send a mail using outlook and then do a send and receive the mail i just sent pops back into my inbox in outlook

Is there a way I can stop sent mail from popping back into my inbox in outlook
 
I have this account set up using Pop and not IMAP

Thanks
Robert
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I assume you are using recent:, not resent

Recent mode will download a copy of every mail, including sent mail.  If you do not want to receive the sent mail, you can filter it to Trash (every mail that is from your address filtered to Trash folder).  

Or you can create an IMAP account of Gmail in each of the 3 Outlook. Then you will get a copy of all received mail and no sent mail in Inbox folder.
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