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Is it possible to pull OOF history in exchange 2010 from a users mailbox?
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Question by:Helao Mwapangasha
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Unfortunately this is not possible.  The OOF is stored in a set variable and is overwritten when a new one is created.  The last message however does stay there until it is changed, and can be viewed when you go back into the out of office assistant.
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