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We do not have Microsoft Exchange Server fitted on Site Manager's Lap Tops and one of them wants to have an "Out of Office" notice for the next couple of weeks.

I sorted this out by creating a template and applying a rule to send that template back to every email received.
Then it struck me.

Am I right in thinking that this will only work if he leaves his laptop on and connected, ie, it is only a client side rule, not a server side rule?
If so, is there an alternative?
Posted 24-Sep-12 22:45pm

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I presume you are using a POP3 account, in that case go to the web interface of your email account, and they usually have an "auto-response" feature which you can set and not leave the laptop on.
Dalek Dave at 25-Sep-12 4:02am
Thanks for the advice!
Mehdi Gholam at 25-Sep-12 4:12am
Cheers Dave!

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