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Hi we use Exchange Server 2010 and have various users with access to the same mailbox using Outlook 2010 (XP Pro Clients), what i want to do is set it up so if a user sends a mail from  an additional mailbox that a copy of the sent mail is stored in the additional mailboxes sent folder and not the users sent mailbox who has sent the email.
I have looked for answers and not really got anywhere scripts and registry entires work pervious versions of outlook but not 2010 can anyone help

any help greatly appreciated

Embazzy
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Alan Hardisty earned 250 total points
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As you have Outlook 2010, simply add the additional account as an additional Exchange account which only outlook 2010 will do (in the same profile), then all Sent items will sit in the correct account not their 'main' account.
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by:praveenkumare_sp
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Yes Outlook 2010 is intelligent enough to put the mails sent from additional mailbox to the sent message of the same
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by:Glen Knight
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Outlook 2010 handles additional mailboxes much better than previous version, if you add them as an actual aditional Exchange account rather than just an attached mailbox you will find it will sort itself out when you send from other mailboxes.

See my guide here on how to configure Outlook 2010 for multiple exchange accounts: http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Office_Productivity/Groupware/Outlook/A_3963-Open-multiple-mailboxes-on-different-Exchange-Servers-with-Outlook-2010.html
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by:Embazzy
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Hi thanks for the replies i awarded the points to alanhardisty as he gave the correct answer first i hope that is ok
but all is working as i had hoped thanks
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