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http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/et_auto_reply.htm

i am following these steps. only area i cannot get to work is the template. i cannot seem to edit the existing one or save a new one as outlook template; doesnt present the option.

please advise.
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Create a new email with the wording you want and save it to the desktop as an OFT file.
Then in the Rule, use templates from file system and locate your sample on the desktop.
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how do you save as OFT file; i dont see that option...
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open a new mail message.
File SAVE AS
Change SAVE AS TYPE to *.oft (Outlook Template)
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when i go to the SAVE AS TYPE, .oft Outlook Template is not there.

only option with the word template in it, is Document Template (which did not work)
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turn off word as your editor - user RTF
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how do i do that?
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outlook tools / options / mail format / rich text.
if outlook 2003 uncheck use word as editor
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You could try saving the file as a DRAFT first, then opening the draft from within outlook, and THEN saving as an OFT. See if that works for you??  We had similar issues recently and I think this was the workaround we used when trying to save file as an OFT. Let me know how you get on?
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