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auto reply in Outlook 2003 or OWA(exchange 2003) with time range.

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Is there any option to set time range for out of office or auto reply in Outlook 2003 or OWA(exchange server 2003)?
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The only send during this time range is is a feature of Outlook 2007/2010, when used with Exchange 2007/2010.

However to get the desired effect in earlier versions you go to out of office -> add a rule -> advanced Then under received set your date range. This should accomplish the same thing more or less.
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Instructions are for 2003, haven't tried it in OWA.
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I see 2007/2010 allow to select date/time range, but 2003 only allows for date range, not for time range, this is ridiculous, MS hasn't thought about setting auto reply for non office hour?
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They did and implemented it in exchange/office 2007.

I see your point, I mean you could always turn it on when you leave and turn it back on the next day, but that isn't a great solution. However there is no way to do every day from 5pm-8am without a 3rd party rules engine (which isn't a good idea in itself).

FWIW, I wouldn't use it for normal outside-of-business hours. Its only
necessary to use the OOF when you are not going to be in during a normal
workday or for holidays.
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Theoretically exchange event scripting could do this, but I don't know if its worth time spent or a good idea either.
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OOF should do what i'm trying to do. Thank you two!!!!
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