out of office Exchange 2010

So, I am wondering is it possible to disable a specific user's OOO.   They consistently do it wrong and flood the server, so the boss wants to see if we can just disable that particular user from setting up Out of Office responses.

Is that doable?
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
Using Exchange management shell

Set-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration -identity usernameoremailaddress  -AutoReplyState disabled
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BufflAuthor Commented:
Straight and to the point.  Thank you
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Your very welcome!!!
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
From now on when they need the OOO done you can do it for them yourself.  

Set-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration -identity usernameoremailaddress -AutoReplyState enabled -EndTime 11/22/2015 -InternalMessage “I will be out of office blah, blah, blah.” -ExternalMessage “I will be out of the office blah blah blah.”

set the date and messages inside the quotes
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BufflAuthor Commented:
But, what I just used permanently disabled their OOO unless I go and re enable it right?
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
I believe so, I would check on a test account.  If you have an email account with them disable your OOO and check to see if you can set an OOO in your outlook or OWA.
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BufflAuthor Commented:
Nope, I just tested it and that only disables it at the moment.  I ran it against my own account and then went into outlook was able to set the OOO and when I used get info it was turned on.

I need it off permanently.
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