Auto reply to removed account

Posted on 2011-04-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
Is there a way to send an automated reply to an account that has been removed from Exchange 2007.  

I need to close an account but still send an automated response.
Question by:DHPBilcare
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    1. If am not wrong, your question is you need to send a auto response from a deactivated account?

    if so, you need to configure the out of office assistant auto reply in the account u need to remove from exchange

    2. If your question is, you need to send a auto reply for already removed account from exchange means?
        It is not possible.

    provide the account is in Exchange you cant send auto reply...


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    Thanks for that.

    Can you suggest a link which describes the best way to archive mailbox's in Exchange 2007?
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