I have access to an Exchange Server mailbox that I share with two other people. When we send or reply from this account, a copy of the email goes into our personal Exchange Server account, not the shared mailbox. Is there a way to have Microsoft Outlook put the copy of the email in the shared account's
folder, rather than in the personal account's folder?
Dinerman: Although this functionality (for the
Sent Items folder
) is not readily supported in Exchange Server, there is a third-party utility that can solve this problem for you. Please take a look at IvaSoft's
UniSent COM add-in for Outlook
. (Special thanks to Microsoft MVP Sue Mosher for pointing out this Outlook utility in her newsgroup postings.)
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