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Can a delegate in outlook change the out of office message?

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Can a delegate in outlook 2003 change the out of office message?
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to change OOF message you need open the mailbox of that user as the primary mailbox and not a a secondary mailbox
user would require full mailbox rights to open another user's mailbox via Outlook.
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has this changed in Exchange 2003 or 2007?
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