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Out of Office in Outlook 2003 SP3

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Hi,

Can you explain to me something about Out of Office rule please?

When an internal user sends an email to another internal user who is off and get their Out of Office it comes in plain text, however when an external user send an email to the same user who is off, but get their Out of Office rule in Html format, despite the fact that mail format on our Outlook is set by default as HTML, so why does the format for Out of Office comes back in plain text for internal use?

How does Outlook determine what text version should the Out of Office goes out or is it something set on the Exchange side?

Please can you explain?

Regards

Aamir
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This is for all Internal users?
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I assume, it will be for some user...Check below article

http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/exchange2003/exchange2003_global_settings_internet.htm

Check the Global Setting screen shot "Determined by Individual User Settings"
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Thanks for your help.
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