Exchange 2003 administrator removing out of office replies for a user

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Can an exchange administrator set and remove vacation reply messages from the server for a user? Exchange 2003 running on a 2003 server.
ASKED: November 2, 2010  2:35 PM
UPDATED: November 5, 2010  8:43 PM

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give your account permission over the other mail box and login to OWA using
http://mail.domain.com/Username/Inbox (or https) and set the OOF

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  • Technochic
    You can also use Outlook. Set Outlook to prompt you for a profile when it opens by closing Outlook, then going to the control panel and opening the mail icon and clicking show profiles. When you open outlook again it will give you a prompt. Click "new" and put in the mailbox of the other user. Once you have it opened as its own profile you can set or remove the out of office on their behalf. They can also set their own out of office remotely using OWA themselves. Many people do not know they can do this using OWA.
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