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outlook 2013 must pop out a dialog box and ask me where to save email before sending the email

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Last Modified: 2015-03-08
I want that outlook 2013 must pop out a dialog box and ask me where to save email before sending the email if I am composing a new email or replying to an email placed in inbox.

I have found a macro that works fine except it pop out dialog box for every email.:
http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=48 

The reply to the emails placed in a folder other than inbox get saved in that folder only. (thanks to outlook inbuilt option : When replying to a message that is not in the inbox, save the reply in the same folder) This is good. But I don't want new emails that I am composing or the replies that I am sending to the emails placed in the inbox should be saved in default sent folder. It must ask me where to save. (if the original mail to which I am replying could also be moved to the same folder where I am saving the sent item it would be a bliss for me.... am i over expecting? :D )

I guess if somebody could help me in modifying the macro : http://www.outlookcode.com/article.aspx?id=48 
 in such a way that:

The above code should pop out the dialog box only when I am sending a new email or replying to the emails placed in inbox.

I use pop3 to get my emails, not exchange.

Thanks :)
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