In Outlook 2010 and previous I was able to set a pst-file as the default delivery location for my Exchange account.In Outlook 2016, I no longer see the “Change Folder” button when I select my Exchange account.However, there are still valid reasons for why you may still want to do this, and you can achieve it by configuring a message rule.Rather than setting the delivery location in your account settings, you must now configure a message rule to deliver the Exchange emails to a pst-file.Click here to watch a video tutorial In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to set up MS Outlook 2007 to check your email.Outlook 2007 will allow you to send and receive emails from your desktop without logging into webmail.Outlook 2013’s IMAP implementation has changed quite dramatically when compared to previous versions of Outlook and has remained mostly the same in Outlook 2016.While it does do a better job at getting the special folders correct more often, there sadly is no more option to change it manually in case Outlook gets it wrong.
The option to deliver Exchange emails to a pst-file has been removed since Outlook 2013.
I’ve tried to set the Sent Items folder in the account settings for my IMAP account but there is no “Sent Items” or a “Deleted Items” tab as there was in Outlook 2010.
How do I configure Outlook 2013 to save my Sent Items on the mail server?
When I follow these directions for Outlook 2007 using IMAP, my Outlook 2007 ends up with 2 structures.
I have a Personal Folders section with an empty Inbox, but items in my sent box.
When Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016 can’t find the correct folder for the Sent Items or Deleted Items folder, it will create a folder within your mailbox which doesn’t sync with the mail server.