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How can I tell Mail which folder to use for sent mail (imap)?


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Currently Mail stores sent mail on my mail server on INBOX/Sent Messages. However on Evolution and Thunderbird (PC and Linux), I can point them to a folder of my choice (which happens to be INBOX/sent-mail). How can I setup Mail to point to my preferred folder?
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