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Query Active Directory for "Out of Office"

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We are using Active Directory with Exchange 2003. Is there a flag in Active Directory for users that are "Out of Office" in Outlook?
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Not that I'm aware of.  I tried it with my mailbox and checked in AD users and computers and in Exchange System Manager and couldn't find anything.  Not finding anything on yahoo groups, google groups, or a google search either.
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That sucks, what are you my options to programmitcally see if a user is "out of office"?
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I'm not sure.  I'm not aware of any 3rd party software that will do this either.  I guess you could always post this question in the MSexchange.org forums @ http://forums.msexchange.org/

They have a lot of other helpful exchanges articles and walkthroughs also.

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