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Setup auto responder  Exchange 2007 server side

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Hi,

using Server 2003 R2, Exchange 2007 SP3.

How can I setup a auto responder on a mailbox so that the user cannot remove/edit it.?

Is that possible?
Thanks
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by:sunnyc7
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You can use hub transport rules to setup auto responders
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Transport-Rules-Exchange-Server-2007.html

And users cant remove / edit it.
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by:masdf123
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How would I add a full message, with almost 50 words. in the responder?
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you dont need to add a full message.
You just need to add the to / from / subject etc and configure the transport rules.
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Where do I put the text of the auto responder?
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I am getting something like this:
Apply rule to messages
sent to Mailbox1
send Delivery not authorized, message refused to sender with 5.7.1

I can change the message but what about 5.7.1?

Is that the right option?
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masdf
my apologies. Transport rule wont help you create an auto-responder in this case.
I was trying to test it earlier today and it didnt work.

You need an exchange event sink / script to do this.
Please see an example here
http://gsexdev.blogspot.com/2006/10/creating-domain-based-auto-response.html
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by:masdf123
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This was way too complicated. But a possible solution for sure.

I am going to use a rule for now.
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