As more people try Office 2013, I'm seeing more complaints and confusion about Outlook 2013's handling of IMAP sent folders. I upgraded from Outlook 2010 to Outlook 2013. Is it true that "Saving Sent Messages" on the server is no longer possible with IMAP servers? If not, where are my "Sent Messages"? When I look
Outlook 2013 changes how IMAP accounts are handled. Instead of using two data files, Outlook 2013 uses an .ost file for IMAP accounts and stores appointments, tasks, contacts, and notes in the ost, in folders labeled "(This computer only)".
When you use an IMAP account in Outlook 2013, appointments and contacts are stored in the IMAP data file. Create a local pst file and move the appointments and contacts to the local data file.
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How to configure Outlook 2013 IMAP accounts to get the full flag follow-up options (tomorrow, next week, etc.) and use a custom quick-step that saves email as task with text.
Outlook 2013 uses the XLIST or LIST-ENHANCED command to get the Sent, Deleted, and Junk mail folder names from the IMAP server. Although you can no longer change the folders in Outlook, many IMAP servers let you select the folder to use. You'll need to log into your account's web interface to make the change.
A number of features were removed from Outlook 2013. Some features, like Suggested Contacts, were hated by users, others, like the To-Do Bar and Windows Search, were replaced by a less functional feature (Pinned Peeks) or removed completely.
Use a VBA macro in Outlook to move IMAP sent items to the Sent items folder on the IMAP server.
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Outlook 2010 and IMAP bug: message headers belonging to one message and the body from a second message are merged. The messages are fine on the server and the problem is with Outlook.