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It appears I have one particuar person that when she tries to display her Automatic Replys form  Outlook 2010 that it says

Your Automatic Reply Settings Cannot be Displayed.  The server is currently unavailable.  Try again later.

She uses VPN and HTTP to send and receive mail without a probelm.  It's just her Autoreply.  I am able to go into an old 2003 client to put it in.

I saw this happen before but it was with multiple people.
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Arun Kumar V earned 2000 total points
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Hi strag78,

1. Did you face the issue when outlook client was running without cache mode.

Alternative:
Have you tried using Webmail to setup Auto-Reply ?

Regards
Arun Kumar V
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I will check to see if she has her cached mode unchecked.

I was able to go to OWA login as her and set the Auto Reply.
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