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Email sent from secondary Outlook account saved in primary sent items folder

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My client has her Outlook 2010 account setup on Exchange and we have given her access to the info account in her Outlook.  She also has the "send on behalf rights".
When she sends an email from the Info inbox on behalf of Info, the email is saved in her sent items.  I know that this is the way it usually works, but she would like to know if there is any way that the send items from Info go to the Info Sent Items folder.
She also has the issue when she deletes any email from the Info inbox where the deleted email is saved in her mailbox's deleted items folders.
I know that I could setup 2 different profiles, but we are trying to avoid this
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Jeannie
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