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Auto Reply For Groups in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2004-08-17
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I have an Exchange 2003 sevrer running on Server 2003. I am trying to accomplish an "Auto Reply" for a distribution group.
Example: email comes in to helpdesk@domain.com, the sender gets a brief thank you message with a suggested response time, then internally the message goes to all the members of the group.

Can someone assist with this?
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From Outlook Menu bar > Tools > Rules > Create a new rule based on the criteria of "Sent to distribution group" > and select action "have server reply a message".
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