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    kilg is offline Intermediate Member
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    Default synchronize sent mail between two mailbox

    i need to create clone of same mailboxes.
    example: user@domain and user.clone@domain
    all incoming mail in user@domain i can forward to user.clone, but how can i synchronized sent mail?
    i had idea to mount sent folder from user to user.clone, but if user will delete massage by mistake user.clone lost this too.
    its very important to save all mail

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    Search the forums and wiki for "always_bcc" or "legal intercept".
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    Search the forums and wiki for "always_bcc" or "legal intercept".
    both this method sent intercept mail to target from Postmaster with attached letter.
    it is very uncomfortably if I want to find particular mail.
    no way to put this intercept mail to folder sent and not attached automatically?

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