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Outlook 2007 IMAP Behavior

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We have a client that has IMAP email accounts and Office 2007.

We want to be able to setup Outlook so the sent, trash, and junk going into the IMAP folders.

However, there is a default PST file that is in Outlook for calendar, contacts, etc.  It is going into those folders.

How can we change this?
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Jian An Lim earned 500 total points
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Hi,
I don't understand your requirement.

When you setup Outlook 2007 with IMAP, a PST will be created (with inbox, sent item, deleted item, calendar /contacts).

so what is your issues?
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