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Out of office not working exchange 2010

Posted on 2015-01-01
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Hi
suddenly some of the user started complaining that after activating the Automatic replies setting in the client outlook 2010 & 2013 , the replies are not working for internal and external users.

i am using exchange 2010 with outlook 2010 & 2013 client.

can any body assist me what could be the reason although i have also enable the setting in my outlook but still nobody get the replies.

Thank you
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You should enable the replies in Exchange.
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This could help.
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the message TAB has enable with Automatic replies and Forward option in exchange but still its not working, the same setting on other cas hub server.

let me know please
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Hi
I have restarted the server, the OOF is working fine :)

thank you all for your support
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