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xp service pack 3 - exchange 2013, using outlook 2010

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I have a user that keeps getting this when they click on the automatic replies (out of office) in windows xp Outlook 2010.  
We use ntlm with ssl turned off i have removed the profile and recreated it. still doesn't help
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error user keeps getting when they click on automatic replies
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As a work-around, not as a solution. I believe you can just have them login to their account using Outlook Web Access( OWA) and have them setup their OOO there.
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Disabling ipv6 should take care of it. Follow the instructions here for using either an MS Fixit or by manually doing it in the registry.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929852
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Flubbster, isn't ipv6 NOT included in windows XP?
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THANKS FOR HELP
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