Hmm, I tried to do more research and I think I understand what you mean Michael. Even so, I tried a different approach and still found it not copying the sent item to the folder chosen in the prompt.
Here is my second attempt (any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated):
Thank you Michael, that explains why it wasn't copying from the Shared Sent Items folder.
I'm unsure what you mean when you say I need to trigger the code in the ItemsAdd event of my sent items folder and move it there.
Unfortunately, I'm still scaling this mountain that is VBA coding and...
Just when I thought it was safe to celebrate... it works by bringing up the prompt and copying the sent item to a local folder, if I choose a shared mailbox folder it doesn't copy the item (no error message, I go to the folder and it's just empty) My current permission on the shared mailbox and...
OMG Thank you, you know I tinkered with SentOnBehalfOfName heaps... but never used Item.SentOnBehalfOfName
(don't ask me why).
It worked and for those who might need it, here is the code (be kind I'm still a newbie :P)
Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, _
Firstly, as this is my first post (avid lurker), salutations to all!
I love this forum, it's provided me with many solutions and ideas, so thank you to all, regardless if my question is answered or not, you are all awesome.
After doing much research on the Save Sent Item...