Sent Items Organizer 1.0.10Organizes your email by keeping related emails together.
Let's face it: The world of Outlook users is made up of two groups of people. You're either a piler or a filer. A piler stores everything in the default folders and relies heavily on searching tools. A filer wants to (or more accurately has to) store emails into separate folders based on the content - because frequently various emails must be kept together by project, or by company, or if sent on behalf of someone. If you're a piler, life is good in Outlook because search tools today are powerful, flexible, and quick. However, if you're a filer, it's not so good. That's because you must individually move each item you send to the appropriate folder. And while you can do it with rules, they are inflexible, eventually run out of space and frequently copy the item instead of performing a move.
The Sent Items Organizer Add-In for Outlook organizes your sent email by implementing three different ways for you to file your sent items. You can file the emails based on who you are sending to, based on keywords that exist in the email subject or body, or have it offer you a chance to save the item to an Outlook folder other than the default. You decide in what order these "rules" run - and if no email meets the requirements to be moved, then it goes into your regular Sent Items folder just like it does now.
To help you further, you can also specify that emails that you send as a delegate from a shared mailbox (or Sent On Behalf Of) be moved to an Outlook folder you specify. This helps to overcome a shortcoming in the Outlook Rules Wizard, where you cannot move emails sent from a shared mailbox to any other folder.
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