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Out of Office Reply

Posted on 2009-07-16
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Is there a way to have exchange send Out of Office replies, but not care
about delivery and not send NDRs related to Out of Office replies?  When
people set their Out of Office reply and they get an email from a
mailing list or just plain spam where there isn't a valid return address
they also end up with delay and NDR messages.  The closest thing I've
been able to find online is disabling Out of Office replies outside the
domain, but I don't want to do that.
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You can write a filter rule in Outlook that will automatically delete those NDR messages. Just search for those based on NDR and your Out of Office text.
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