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In Outlook 2013 and 2016, sent emails are saved in the folder "Sent"(If there is a Russian interface) or in the folder"Sent Items"(If there is an English interface).

In Outlook 2010, the folder "Sent"Can be changed and indicated there"Sent"Even in the Russian version:

IN WebMail folder "Sent"In reality is called"INBOX.Sent»:For normal synchronization, you need the same in Outlook and in other mail clients.

First, in the mailbox settings in the field “Root folder path»You need to specify INBOX. (with a dot):

Next, copies of the folders will appear in WebMail:

And in Outlook:These 4 folders are created by WebMail after creation mailbox and the first entry into it.

In this case, messages sent via WebMail and Outlook will be stored in different folders - "INBOX.Sent"And"INBOX.Sent».

Since newer versions of Outlook do not have the option to rename the folder "Sent"And"Sent Items" in "Sent", You must do the following:

  1. Install English for Editing, Interface and Help:
  2. Delete all mailboxes in Outlook and re-create them. There will be such a picture:
  3. Close Outlook in WebMail under "Settings → Folders»Delete the folders that Outlook created:
  4. Follow the path C:\Users\name_user\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook and delete the file .ost with the mailbox name (the file path can be found in Outlook under "Account settings → Data files»):
  5. Start Outlook. It will be seen that new folders have been pulled up:

And another moment. In WebMail, you can specify which folder to save sent emails: