Sent folder in iCloud not the default folder in eM Client (so not the same on phone or Mac).


Hello Brett, I’m afraid this might be caused by the use of Apple Mail email clients on your Mac or iPhone, as these email applications ignore the set \sent folder parameter during IMAP synchronization and force to create a new “Deleted items” folder.

eM Client should be using the default Sent folder, you should be however able to re-map the folder to your Deleted items folder in Tools > Accounts > Your account > IMAP > Default folders, by unchecking the option “detect special folders automatically”.

Hope this helps,

Hi Paul - This actually sent me in the right direction and I think you lead me to a fix…this might be useful for future help (If the fix holds!) -

If I renamed the sent folder to what iCloud was calling it (sent Messages) it synced and now shows as one folder: Sent. IT appears to sync now between my iPhone, Mac and Windows 8 Machine… 

Thanks again!

Glad I could help, please make sure to let us know if you come across any other issues or questions about the application, we’ll be happy to help.

Thank you,