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Exchange 2010 sending multiple Autoreply per user per day

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I have just noticed that my user set an auto-reply and every time I send him an email, I receive a reply email, even if the emails are just minutes apart. I think Exchange is not supposed to do that. Any ideas where to look or change this.

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Sam
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Simon Butler (Sembee) earned 200 total points
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If the user has set a rule to auto reply, then it will do that.
If the user has set an Out of Office, then it will not. You need to check what the user has actually set up.

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you are correct. I never even thought to look there as i did not think someone would use the rules instead of autoreply.
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