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Using OWA Out of Office with POP3/SMTP - Not working???

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I have Exchange Enterprise 2003 with SP3 installed. We have about 130 clients connecting to Exchange with POP3/SMTP connection using Outlook or Outlook Express. If I want to use an out of office assistant, does the Online Web Access with Exchange work? I have tried logging onto the OWA and setting up the out of office assistance, but any external emails received a reply is not sent. Only replies from within the organization. Any ideas?
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You have to enable it on your Exchange server.
Open System Manager, expand Global settings then Internet Message Format.
double click on the Default and move to Advanced tab page. You need to tick the box "Allow Out of Office Respond"
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Thank You.
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