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Exchange 2007 Auto response creation

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HI Iam using windows exchange 2007 server  and i have created a support account email support@company.com and i have created a ditribution group to forward all incoming emails of the support email to the distribution group.
i need help in setting up an  auto reply  reponse when customers sends us emails on the support contract this auto reply need to have a date and time stamp and a copy of this auto reply needs to be forwarded to the distribution group members.


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