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Error with Out of Office Assistant

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One of our users just left on vacation for two weeks, and we are having trouble with the Out of Office Assistant.  He had trouble, then called me, and I'm stumped too.  

When trying to launch to Out of Office Assistant, I first get the message "The Out of Office Assistant could not be displayed.  The client operation failed." and then "System Resources are critically low.  Close some windows."

We are in a domain environment around here.  All E-Mail runs on a Microsoft Exchange Server.  We also have, at our disposal, servers dedicated to Windows Terminal Services.

I have tried the following:

Tried on the original user's computer.
Tried setting it up on my computer.
Tried setting it up on one of the remote servers.

Same message, every time.

Any insights?
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by:Kutyi
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If you are running Outlook Web Access you can set it there.
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See if this helps at all:

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=248709
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Kutyi:  We are in fact running Outlook Web Access.  That thought occurred to me, and I sniffed around in there, but couldn't find it.  Granted, I was getting a little frustrated by then and could have missed something.  Where can I find the option to change this in MS Outlook web access?
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There is an options screen and it is the first option, if using Exchange 2003.
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Thanks for the suggestions all, but none of it worked.  We tried the solution that jhyiesla suggested, but it didn't seem to work.  And the Options pane of MS Outlook web access doesn't work for some reason.  We ended up just rebuilding the whole mailbox from scratch.
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