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How to enable the Out of office assistant for a another lotus user without having their out of office reply showing that you sent it?

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How to enable the Out of office assistant for another lotus user without having their out of office reply showing that it was me that sent it?  I don't have their ID file either, so I need a solution to get around this.
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you didn't say what version you are on but about the only and easiest way without the ID file is to reset their HTTP password, log in through domino web access and configure the agent there.

This way you will be using their credentials and the messages will show they sent it. The user will have to change their HTTP password when they get back
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