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i'm researching an effect i have recently noticed when using outlook with several accounts and sending a new eMail from one of the IMAP accounts.

Outlook has a KOC as primary and default account. As i need several "personalities", i've added the other email accounts as IMAP ones.
Whenever i'm writing an eMail from one of the IMAP accounts, the eMail will be correctly sent out as HTML message, but afterwards it will stored into the "Sent items" folder of the IMAP account in plain text, loosing all the HTML formatting-

I've been thinking of Outlook here first, but after some testing i see that this problem only occurs if there is a KOC account as primary account. Without the KOC, outlook will perfectly move the messages into the sent items of the IMAP account without loosing the HTML formatting.

As there is only one "outbox" per Outlook, which is located in the KOC as soon as KOC is used, i suggest there is a bug in the KOC which causes this problem.

Does anybody have a tip for a fix or workaround?
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