If you are a BIS user that uses Microsoft Outlook and want to keep record of your emails that you send from your BlackBerry handheld without having to save all of them on your device, try this:
CREATE AUTO BCC ON YOUR BIS
1. Log into your BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS)
2. To the left of the active email address that is on your device, click on “Edit”
3. Here, you will see an option that says "Auto BCC"
4. Enter your email address that is currently being used in your Outlook here and save your changes
1. Open up your Outlook and go to your Contacts
2. At the top, click on “New” and create a new contact (IE: Your Name BlackBerry), making sure that you are using the email address(es) that are on your BlackBerry
3. Save your changes
4. Now, go back to your Mail in Outlook.
5. At the top, click on "Tools-Rules and Alerts"
6. Click on "New Rule"
7. It should automatically be selected on "Start Creating A Rule From A Template"
8. In the bottom portion of the box, you should see Step 2
9. Click on “People”, and your Address Book will appear
10. Find your "BlackBerry Address" that you just created, add it, and click OK
11. Next, click on "Specified Folder"
12. In the box that pops up, choose (Sent Items) and click Ok (Note: You may want to create a different folder in your Outlook labeled "BlackBerry Sent" if you wish to distinguish between what was sent from Outlook and what was sent from your BlackBerry)
13. Verify that in Step 2, from is your BlackBerry Contact you created and "Move To" is the folder that you wish, and click "Next"
14. On the next screen, go ahead and click "Next" again
15. In the next screen, make sure that "Move It To The Specified Folder" is checked.
(You may also want to do the following: Scroll down and check the box that says "Mark As Read". Doing this will keep your folder from showing new messages which you may find yourself going into that folder to see what new messages you have
16. Click “Next”
17. In the next screen, don't check anything, just click "Next"
18. In the next screen, name your rule. (A good example would be "BlackBerry Sent Emails") and make sure that "Turn On This Rule" is checked
19. Click finish
20. Now back at the Rules and Alerts screen, click “Apply”
You have now successfully created a "BlackBerry Sent Folder" in your Outlook