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Out of the Office not activated

Posted on 2006-07-21
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I tried several times yesterday to activate the Out of the Office for one employee thru OWA and directly in Outlook and didn't work.

The employee left the company and I disabled his account for a day or two. Then I enabled it again and disabled the OWA.

I tried activating the Oout of the Office by creating a profile in my outlook, accesing his account and going into options... Since that didn't work, I activated OWA, went in and tried... nothing.

What I am doing wrong ?  What it is not being activated ?  I tried sending emails from a Yahoo account but I still don't receive a message back.

I have the domain administrator password.

Thanks
RG
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by:kristinaw
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does out of office work internally?
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by:kristinaw
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If it works internally, in the ESM go to global settings, internet message formats, properties, advanced, check 'allow out of office responses'.
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by:rgomez101
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No, it doesn't work internally.

RG
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kristinaw earned 300 total points
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i'm assuming out of office works for others?

ok, there are a number of things you can try, what else have you tried thus far?
*create a new profile on a machine, set up this user, run outlook /cleanrules, try again
*change/delete the smtp address on the affected user
*set up a new user, assign the old users smtp address
*retry your out of office with the new user

kris.
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by:rgomez101
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Ok let me try those and'll get back to you.

RG
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by:rgomez101
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I tried the first one and didn't work. I won't be able to try the next three because management wants to keep the account open and without any Out of the Office.

I will award you the points as your answer was very good.

Thanks,

RG.
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