Save sent email to specific sent items folder?


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Guest

I have added an additional mailbox in outlook that I need to read and reply
to. It is visible in the folder list. When replying to a mail in that inbox,
the sent mail ends up in the sent items folder of my own mailbox and not in
the sent items folder of that mailbox.

I've tried changing the 'Save sent message to' setting on the options button
to the other mailbox sent items folder but get the error message "The folder
you have selected is not a subfolder of the default store."

Is there any way to make this happen? Change the inbox form on the other
mailbox maybe?! Or something simpler??
 
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Brian Tillman

Pazuzu said:
I have added an additional mailbox in outlook that I need to read and
reply to. It is visible in the folder list. When replying to a mail
in that inbox, the sent mail ends up in the sent items folder of my
own mailbox and not in the sent items folder of that mailbox.

This is normal.
I've tried changing the 'Save sent message to' setting on the options
button to the other mailbox sent items folder but get the error
message "The folder you have selected is not a subfolder of the
default store."

This is normal
Is there any way to make this happen? Change the inbox form on the
other mailbox maybe?! Or something simpler??

You can't change your defaul store to be the other mailbox. However, you
may be able to create a rule that copies outgoing messages to the other Sent
Items.
 
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Guest

Thanx alot for the answer!

Have tried messing around with rules to do it, but sadly there is no way to
set a rule to react when you send from a specific from-address, just specific
recipients. This seems like the logic way of doing it though, but sadly it's
just not possible. No other ideas??

"Brian Tillman" skrev:
 
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Brian Tillman

Pazuzu said:
Have tried messing around with rules to do it, but sadly there is no
way to set a rule to react when you send from a specific
from-address, just specific recipients. This seems like the logic way
of doing it though, but sadly it's just not possible. No other ideas??

I think you're correct, now that I've looked. You can specify a sending
account, but that doesn't check the "From"
 
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