outlook for administrator

i would like to ask that is that possible to add user outlook without user Password know?

sometimes user is ill and ask me to out of Office asistance for user  configuration.

can i add user mail account under System >mail32 without user Password to know?
apollo-13Asked:
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Murali ReddyExchange ExpertCommented:
What is the version of exchange?

You can grant yourself full mailbox access on the user mailbox and configure a new outlook profile with his details. Then you can set the out-of-office. Once done, revoke your access to that mailbox.

If you are using exchnage 2010, use "Set-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration" command from management shell.
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apollo-13Author Commented:
:)) Exchange 2003 still
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apollo-13Author Commented:
i have one Computer here and configured I do not know how.

if i Need Access user mail box without his/her Password ,i start that pc and Administrator Login and i go to System>mailbox32>Profile>add Name and no Password asks.

i just want to learn how they configured so ?
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apollo-13Author Commented:
interesting is i do all the same with another pc. ist not working (the same Administrator account logged)
if i add user mail box under mail32>Profile THEN ASKS THAT USER PASSWORD.

IS IT PC SPECIFIC????
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apollo-13Author Commented:
pc configured Windows 7 outllok 2007 and mail(32) Admin
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Simon Butler (Sembee)ConsultantCommented:
Try this tool:
http://www.shogan.co.uk/apps/out-of-office-changer-for-exchange-2003/

You will need permissions to run it.

In Outlook, you would need to use a new profile, as OOTO can only be set on the Default account in the profile.
If you were using a more modern Exchange version then it can be set from the management tools.

Simon.
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