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Can a user get their Out of Office replies to show in their Sent folder?

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I have a user who wants to be able to get her Out of Office replies to show up in her Sent folder in Outlook 2007.
User's request states: "I have never been able to find my “out of office response” on my email. Can you help with this."

I know I can pull these from the exchange server, but is there any way you can have these messages shown in the sent folder at the user level?

From what I can tell this is not a feature that is supported, but I cannot find any documentation on this anywhere to confirm it.

Thanks!
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Thanks so much! I assumed as much, but wanted to be absolutely certain. MS is good at hiding these things.
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