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where to update in my lync that I am out of vacation, I am running outlook 2013 and lync 2013 on windows 7 enterprise which is domain joined and I have  in my company is lync server 2010
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If Exchange and Lync belongs to the same domain like (Office 365 or on premises) update the Out of Office message in Outlook Anywhere or in OWA. You will see it reflects in Lync. If it doesn't ask your administrator to fix it.
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