Rules to push "Send As" email to the right Sent Item Folder

HI experts,

I need some advice and help on setting up a rule in Outlook to push sent emails to the right folder.

I have two mailboxes in my Outlook (2010 and 2013), my own and a HR mailbox. I have full access and send as permission set and it is working well. I can send new email or reply to email as HR, which is great.

However the outgoing email will go to my own Sent Item Folder instead of HR's. Is that a way to move these emails to HR's Sent Item folder automatically? I was trying to create a rule in outlook but I was a bit stuck.

When I choose "Apply rule after I sent", the only condition seems fit is "through specified account", but I can only select my own account there, which I don't want everything I sent go to HR's Sent Item folder.

Is there a way to setup this rule, so HR's outgoing emails will go to HR's Sent Item folder?

Thank you very much for your help. FYI We use Exchange 2010.
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
If you add the additional mailbox in Outlook as an additional ACCOUNT, not additional Mailbox, then the Sent Items goes in to the right place automatically.

Simon.
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