OWA rule to have server reply using a specific message

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this can be done in Outlook client - but can it be done in OWA? I need to send a response to everyone that submits an email. ie: thank you for your email it will be handled in 2 days. But the rule must be done in OWA
ASKED: July 26, 2011  9:11 PM
UPDATED: March 31, 2012  8:03 PM

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Go into the settings and setup the Out Of Office message.

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  • Mdimthays
    I dont think it could be done through OWA, because if you use OOF then for every email you will see that Out of Office and which I think you dont want for Auto Reply's. I tried this and finally I had to either set it up on a mailbox or had to create a rule on Mail Marhsal. Let em know if you find a way to do this?
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  • TomLiotta
    I dont think it could be done through OWA... I haven't set it up via OWA, but I have looked at the Out of Office Assistant through OWA, to see if it existed, if it had similar options to the Outlook client and if it was found in both IE and FF (it was.) Since OOF should be little more than an interface back to the server, the settings should work mostly the same whether they're set through the Outlook client or through OWA. However, I'd suggest using IE in order to get the full OWA functionality if differences are seen. Tom
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