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I use Gmail with IMAP on the iPad. I can only find Drafts and Trash folder to configure in the Settings, how can I specify the Sent folder?

Trial with Gmail account: cannot find Sent folder

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I get the impression that you are trying to put too many information into this question. What is your issue really? How to set the Sent folder for Gmail OR how to set the Sent folder for any non-iCloud mail account OR something else? –  patrix Sep 10 '12 at 12:49
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For the issue in the second picture: Just tab on the keyboard "key" (bottom right) to make it disappear... –  patrix Sep 10 '12 at 12:52
    
Can you please re-edit your question to clearly state the problem? –  patrix Sep 10 '12 at 12:55
    
yes, clear enough for me. My guess would be "it's a feature", but let's see what others think about it. –  patrix Sep 10 '12 at 13:02

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If you're talking about viewing emails in Sent folder, that is turned on in the Gmail settings in a regular browser, preferably not on a mobile device, then "Labels" tab (remember folders are "labels" in Gmail). You turn on/off what imap folders you see on your devices in there.

Another way to view the imap folders is to not use Apple's Mail app, and use "mail.google.com" in Safari. This has way more options, and one of them, clicking on the 3 bars icon above the first mail, will show you all your folder/labels.

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