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How to authorize Out of Office to only a group of users?

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Because of spam, we have disabled the Out of Office option for our users receiving emails from outside the company.

However, Senior Management wants to have that option available only for them.
I have tried to setup rules, and it works, but you have to open Outlook for this to work.
Is there any automated way of doing this from Exchange without having to open the Outlook client?

TIA
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I had to setup an additional option in Exchange to accept automatic replies from Internet messaging formats, but it works fine now

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