As far as I know then Outlook stores all it's outgoing mails localy on hard
You can create some rules to change it (better say to move all sent items to
On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Steve Quezadas wrote:
No, I tried that. Outlook Express gives me an error. I would
there is a way around this since so many people use Oultook Express in a
My guess would be that they would keep those special folders locally on
the hard drive. I don't know. I do know that this folder namespace
arrangement is the same one as used by the Cyrus IMAP server, which also
uses INBOX. namespace for private folders, and Cyrus is definitely used in
many large corporate environments.
Including one where I'm currently consulting. 50,000 Cyrus IMAP
But all the corporate desktops there have the Netscape Messenger IMAP
client installed. Lookout was removed earlier last year from all
corporate desktops, because it is considered a virus injection vector.
Using Lookout is prohibited by corporate policy.