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Automate Response Exchange 2007

Posted on 2011-02-25
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Can someone guide me to an article that sets out to explain how to set an automated server-side rule for a mailbox in exchange 2007.

Thank You.
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by:ouch_mybrain_
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Sorry, to clarify that, a serverside rule that automates responses to emails sent to a specific mailbox in the exchange server.
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Also, this is not a 500 point question, more of a 250 for an excellent answer I think. Rushed this post.
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what are you trying to achieve exactly ?

you can simply set a rule in outlook and it will work server side
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demazter. I specifically asked for links to helpful resources as I know this has probably been answered hundreds of times but I do not have time to search for them and did not want to annoy any of the experts by making them explain. As it goes, the first link he provided actually solved my problem, and because you have removed his post I cannot provide him with the accepted solution and hence the points he deserves for technically answering my question.

You should have read my question before actioning this. Who and how do I provide the solution reward to him now???
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Thanks Demazter. I appreciate and understand your approach. But you should had read my posted question first :).
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First link (http://www.darylhunter.me) was exactly what I needed, spot on. Thanks.
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