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    Using IMAP and EAS with outlook.com account

    Thanks, Diane. With further experimentation, I've determined that "manually" moving sent items from the POP sent folder to the IMAP sent folder via drag-and-drop seems to work fine. Items moved in this way will sync with the EAS sent folder. Using rules to supposedly accomplish the same thing...
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    Using IMAP and EAS with outlook.com account

    I spoke too soon. Another test didn't work -- item remains in IMAP sent folder but not showing up in EAS sent folder. Should I give up? Is there another way to make this happen? An outlook.com email address is fine for aggregating incoming mail, but it seems impossible to aggregate outgoing mail...
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    Using IMAP and EAS with outlook.com account

    OK, mystery solved! It does work, but with the following limitation: the EAS sent folder isn't synced with the IMAP sent folder until I send something through the EAS account! So I guess it's doing what I want after all. I guess I need to send things more often! Thanks for your help. Pauline
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    Using IMAP and EAS with outlook.com account

    Well, no difference with deleting and recreating the IMAP account -- still doesn't sync a message copied into the sent folder with the EAS version of the account. I'm just using test messages at this point, so nothing lost when deleting. Any other thoughts? Pauline
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    Using IMAP and EAS with outlook.com account

    Nothing shown in the sync issues folder. Sent items is not empty, the "unsynced" item shows up along with several others in the IMAP sent folder, but is just missing from the EAS version of sent. In an arrangement like this, how should I set up the send/receive settings? I don't really want to...
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    Using IMAP and EAS with outlook.com account

    Based on reading some other forum posts and hints, I thought I'd found the answer to my challenge, but now I'm not so sure. I'm using my outlook.com account as an "aggregator" -- it receives most of my emails directly, but also some forwarded emails from other addresses, such as my gmail...
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