Out of Office Assistant Exchange 2007

Hi all!

Trying to set up the Out Of Office Assistant in OWA for one of my users. And it doesn't seem to work. I checked autodiscover and it looks good. What would be my next troubleshooting step?

I'm using Exchange 2007 SP1

Thanks
mizgroupAsked:
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thomasdavisCommented:
when you set Out of office assis. in owa do you have messages in both boxes ? Do you have send to external senders.  Do you have times set? Does it work with internal people?
mizgroupAuthor Commented:
Just checked it internally and turns out it works. Externally doesn't work though.
I have messages in both boxes, send to external senders, no time set
MASEE Solution Guide - Technical Dept HeadCommented:
Please check the attachment

if you do that, it should fixed your issue as I fixed the same issue for one of the client
autodiscover-1.txt

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thomasdavisCommented:
Try this instead of putting messages in both boxes uncheck send out of office auto-replies to external senders.  This means the same message in the first box will go to both out and inside senders. Let me know if that works.
thomasdavisCommented:
Also make sure that in EMC under organization config, then hub transport, remote domain tab, you have default set in there with * this will allow out of office external
mizgroupAuthor Commented:
Tried all of the above. Still doesn't work. Most of the settings were already set up as proposed. Anything else I'm missing?
thomasdavisCommented:
Are they being stopped at the SMTP filter as junk mail by an enabled rule?
mizgroupAuthor Commented:
how do I check that?
thomasdavisCommented:
What or who do you use as a spam filter?
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