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This will allow the Out of Office Assistant (OOF) to work when it is enabled from within the Options section of Outlook Web Access for Exchange 2003. The following is disabled by default.

  1. Start the Exchange System Manager.
  2. Click on Global Settings, and then “Internet Message Formats.”
  3. In the right-hand pane, right-click and select Properties for “Internet message formats.”
  4. Click on the Advanced tab, select “Allow out of Office Responses.” Below is a list of all the options available:

Allow out of office responses
Allow automatic replies
Allow automatic forward
Allow delivery reports
Allow non-delivery reports
Preserve sender’s display name on message

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