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Autoresponder to a distro list in Exchange 2003

Posted on 2006-10-25
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Hello guys,

Not sure where to post this. Is there a way that when some emails a distrubition list in Exchange (one that has an SMTP address also configured) that it can send out an auto-responder email? Configuring a rule or anything in Outlook is not an option. Nor is third party software on a desktop. I need this to be possible from the Exchange server itself. Is there anything I can do?

thanks
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Question by:Gareth Gudger
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You can change the way the distribution list is managing the "autoresponse" in the
property of the Distribution List (in AD users and Computers management).
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