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    Question Sent mail saved to wrong folder - Windows Mobile

    Hello All!

    I have been using Zimbra 4.5 OSS for about a month now. I am loving it. Recently, I picked up a Windows Mobile 6 device. Since I am running the open source version, I dont have access to the OTA sync function.

    Instead, I setup my device to use the IMAP server in Zimbra. So all is good with the world. One issue that has cropped up, that isn't really an issue with Zimbra, is that my mail is saved to a different folder when sent from my WM device.

    Instead of saving mail (or even deleting mail) to the respective folders, it gets placed in a new folder called INBOX.Saved Items and INBOX.Deleted Items. (see screenshot). These are your standard postfix folder types.

    Anyway, my question is, how do I get my WM device to put sent and deleted mail into the correct Zimbra folders. I tried looking at the IMAP server setup on the device, but didnt see anyway to specify specific folders and such.

    Should I create a symlink? I couldnt set up a mail filter to move them automatically.

    Has anyone experienced this issue and found a solution?

    Many thanks for your assistance!!

    Ron Poserina
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