Long lost Out of Office relpy message - Can't track down where it's coming from.

Dealing with:
Outlook 2000
Exchange Server 2000


I have a user who has a long lost Out of Office reply message that keeps getting sent out to people when their OOF Assistant is turned on, IN ADDITION to their NORMAL OOF message that the user set up.  So basically when their OOF is turned on and you send them an Email, you get 2 replies back.  The old, lost OOF reply message, and their current (correct one) OOF reply message.  When I go into Outlook and look at the OOF rules, it only lists the NEW one, not the old one!  I tried using a specific OOF Tool (SeliSoft - OOF Admin) and even that tool only listed the newer OOF reply message.  I cannot find this old, outdated OOF reply that keeps getting sent out from this users mailbox.  IT's THERE, somewhere....... Is there somewhere else I should be looking?  Or maybe there's a tool that will do a very deep, low level wipe of all OOF rules for a users account from the Exchange Server?

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aconwayAuthor Commented:
I found it.. it was right in front of my face.  :|

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