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Out of Office assistant doesn't work in Outlook 2000

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Hi.

For some reason it isn't working for one of our staff. They do run a ton of rules to get rid of spam and junk mail etc, but as they are not in the office, I have logged into their mailbox and turned all of them off.

Still though when I send them a message get no response. It does tell me when I log into their mailbox that the assistant is enabled.

Anybody any ideas?

Regards
MTindill


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The OOOA only send ONE reply to each sender, if you've tested it before then you will not get any message.
Disable the OOOA, send some mails to that user and then enable it again. Test, you should receive a reply.

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Peter
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