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Let's say that you don't want to use the Deleted Items folder in Outlook. Instead when you delete a message, you want it to go to a folder other than Deleted Items (for example, a folder called "Unneeded". Is there a way to configure Outlook to do that? Also assume that you are using Exchange and Auto Archive is disabled.

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Wich Outlook do you use? 2010? – Crujach Sep 13 '12 at 14:58
    
2010 (sorry I thought I had included that) – Cincinnati Joe Sep 13 '12 at 15:20

I suspect it will not be configurable.

See if this works for you http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11854770/outlook-2007-intercepting-a-mail-delete-command/11998947#11998947

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