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Vampy99 Vampy99 is offline Sent Items To Additional Mailbox - No Preferences Folder In Registy Windows 7 32bit Sent Items To Additional Mailbox - No Preferences Folder In Registy Office 2007
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Default Sent Items To Additional Mailbox - No Preferences Folder In Registy

Hi,

We have multiple users who have access to shared mailboxes. For any emails sent from one of these mailboxes I am wanting to have that email move to that particular mailbox's sent items rather than the user's own.

http://www.msoutlook.info/question/278

I have followed the instructions at the above link but there is no "Preferences" folder at the location specified in the registry.



I have created this folder myself & added the registry key but it still doesn't work. I've also updated Office to the latest Service Packs & Windows Updates.

I can't find an answer anywhere on the internet so any help really would be appreciated!
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