iphone 6 and sent mail

hI,

My work email account is not saving sent email on my iphone 6. the mail is being sent but not going to sent folder on the iphone.

anybody know where the setting is to correct that on an iphone 6?
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DMTechGrooupCommented:
If you are using IMAP

1. Launch the Settings app
2. Choose Mail Contacts and Calendars
3. Select the account with which you are having trouble syncing the Sent folder
4. Under IMAP tap on your Account. (NOTE: If it says POP, then you have to delete the account and re-add it as an IMAP account).
5. Choose Advanced at the bottom
6. Under Mailbox Behaviors, tap on "Sent Mailbox"
7. Ensure that the folder called "Sent" is checked off under the "On the Server" section

To save the settings:

Click the "Advanced" button on the top left.
Click on "Account Info".
Click "DONE" (do not click Cancel).

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