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JerkyChew

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Hi,

A couple users are using Mac Mail on OS X 10.3 and 10.4. They're accessing the (Red Hat ES 4) Kerio 6.1.2 mailserver via IMAP. I've set up Mac Mail to automatically copy all sent items to the server. However, once I did this they created a folder called "Sent Messages" on the server, rather than putting the mail in the Sent Items folder. What this means is, when a user sends via Mac Mail, it goes to Sent Messages. When they send via webmail, it goes to Sent Mail.

What's the best solution to get all sent mail to live in one folder? I thought about renaming the Sent Items folder as Sent Messages, but that might break Kerio. I've considered symlinking one folder to another, etc., but I want to find the best solution for this that won't break anything important. :-) Can anybody help me out?

Thanks.
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sonofcolin

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Click on the 'Sent Items' mailbox in mail.app Go to 'Mailbox' menu and select 'use this malbox for sent.
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