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setting up a default out of office reply for the whole company can be done using the Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.
You can find a guide on how to activate this feature at the following page:
That is not the solution I am looking for. You find it all over googling, anyway.
i need a template which goes in the standard "Out of Office Asisstant" field, see picture below.
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I see. Now, do you have the Microsoft Exchange Server service in your Outlook profile?Regards
Yes, we do have an Exchange Server "Exhange 2003"
We have 120 users using Outlook 2007 with Exchange Server2003.
We want use a an Out Office Message which complies with our Corporate Idendity Branding.So all users should use kind of same template text. How can we deploy a template text which goes in the Out of Office message as shown in the reply from yesterday.
We can not use rules with a template for answering out of office.
Yes we do know how to setup Out of Office Message.
What we do not know is how to deploy automatically to all users the same text into the Out of Office Message, so everybody will use exactly the same body text.
use a tool like MFCMAPI to manage OOF settings for a given user.
under the cli:
To view the MailboxAutoReply configuration of a particular user, use the following command:
To set the message for all users:
If you want to change a user's OOF message, you need to export the ExternalMessage or InternalMessage, edit it in your favorite HTML editor, and import the new message back in. Here's how you do that:
$x = Get-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration jeff$x.ExternalMessage | Out-File oof.txt
If you want to get jeffs already set OOF message use what is above, if it is another user change jeff to the user.
Edit the HTML in the exported oof.txt file, and then run the following commands to import it:
$oof = Get-Content oof.txtSet-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration -ExternalMessage $oof