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Setting Out of Office from Server for a Lotus Notes Client in Lotus Domino 6.5.

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Hi,

I need to setup Out of Office for a client machine, however the laptop is no longer on site, so this cannot be done manually.
I need to try and set this up for this specific user on the server, does anyone have any idea of how to do this on Lotus Domino 6.5?

I have only ever set OOO up from a client before.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks
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Hi, yes, you can go to the user's mail-file on the server and set the OOO agent there, just as you would on the client, assuming that you can access the user's mail-file on the server.
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Of Course, Briliant! Thank You ! :)
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