Use a Exchange account to broadcast annoucements.

We have set up an account (IT Messages) on exchange and enabled "send on behalf" and added the mailbox to our IT staff. When using the "send on behalf of" facility the email will go to the users default sent items folder.
Without putting rules in, what can be done so that the mail will go to the sent items folder on the broadcast account (IT Messages)?
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You can't do it without rules.
The only way to keep a sent-items copy in the correct place is to email from that mailbox/profile.

Have you thought about making the IT folks use OWA on that IT Messages mailbox for broadcasts?
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-alvin-Commented:
i haven't tried it, but this may work for you...

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/972148/
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Joe-ManAuthor Commented:
Answer was not complete but gave enough that I could get the job done.
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