Exchange 2007 Email Account Features

Posted on 2011-05-10
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Last Modified: 2017-02-03
We have noticed that anytime we are sending out emails from the email accounts (other than our personal email), we do not have the “sent” email in the “sent email folder” for that specific account.  Is there a way to set this up?

Also, is there a way to have one email signature automatically attached to each email account?  I know you can select, but right now my personal signature is automatically defaulted to, no matter what email I send it “from”.
Question by:Amerilab
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ronnypot earned 2000 total points
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No this is default behaviour, when you send email it is always set to the send items folder of the main mailbox, this is because this is the account you send as. Only solution is to create multiple outlook profiles with the right email address as primary mailbox. But you need to restart outlook everytime you would send from another account.

About the signature if you would like to automate signatures, you have to take a look at third party software like codetwo or exclaimer.

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Thank you for the answer.

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