General discussion


Auto Reply

By jasnew98 ·
Is there anyway to set auto-reply to sender when a staff resigns? The network ID is disabled & Name hide in GAL.

This conversation is currently closed to new comments.

Thread display: Collapse - | Expand +

All Comments

Collapse -

by rkuhn In reply to Auto Reply

Don't disable the account, just give it a new, strong password and then simply use either a new rule in Outlook or the out of office need to make this difficult :)

Collapse -

by jasnew98 In reply to

Poster rated this answer.
due to IT policy, all accounts need to be disabled.

Collapse -

by BFilmFan In reply to Auto Reply

Eitehr will need a server side rule or a recipient policy depending on which version of Exchange you are running if you are having the message sent back from the server.

Collapse -

by w2ktechman In reply to Auto Reply

In my experience, setting up a rule to run on the server is best. Out of office setup only replies the first time to a sender. Some people ignore out of office messages, so using a rule and setting up a template is best.

Collapse -

by jasnew98 In reply to

sender only receives once when out of office is set.
rule will not take effect when account is disabled.

Related Discussions

Related Forums