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Am I right in saying default sent items location is the senders sent items? i.e. rather than the sent items of the user sent on behalf of?

Is there any way at all to change this in Outlook 2010/Exchange 2013?

I know for shared mailboxes you can set a flag to copy sent item into both locations. But this is a normal user mailbox so dont think this flag exists.
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Am I right in saying default sent items location is the senders sent items? i.e. rather than the sent items of the user sent on behalf of?
In both cases Outlook places sent items to sender's Sent Items (if additional address is a separate account) or to "from" address'es mailbox (if additional address is an additional mailbox). No differences between sendas/sendonbehalf here.
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