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Exchange server 2007

Posted on 2010-11-10
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Hi,

One of my client using exchange server 2007,And what he wants...........when a sender sending the mail to a distribution group then should get a reply back mail that your message has been delivered to the distribution group....Is this possible ?

Please.....

Thanks
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by:GurdeepJohal
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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_21896436.html
http://www.amset.info/exchange/groups-autoreply.asp 

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delete the group, then create an user, then have all emails from that user forwarded to the group. Then you can login under that user, and setup an autoreply.
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Don't know if this can be done within Exchange 2007 only but if you're using Outlook you can configure a rule so that the server sends a automatic reply when the account receives a message.

Menu Tools
-> Rules and Alerts
-> New Rule
-> Select "check messages when they arrive" and click "Next"
-> do not select anything in the next window and confirm the warning message that this rule will be applied to every message you receive
-> select "Have server reply using a specific message"
-> Click on "a specific message" to edit the message.

If you want you can add additional recipients to the CC or BCC field.

This can be done on 1 outlook client for a distribution group that receives the email.
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I would be more inclined to change your approach slightly.

Create a public folder, give that the email address of the group, configure an auto-reply on the PF, and redirect it to your distribution group.

It removes the reliance on users, who, quite frankly, break everything, and only exposes you to the normal auto-reply terrors.

A more detailed inforamtion about how to do this
http://www.amset.info/exchange/groups-autoreply.asp
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