Hasnain Shaikh| My blogs: http://messagingserversupport.com Wednesday, April 11, 2012 11:02 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks, Hasnain. Has this ever been resolved. my problem was fixed by changing the Hub>transport>General properties tab Allow external out of office... The switch is safe to run and won't do anymore than what you did on the server side. have a peek here
Get-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration is showing everything setup correctly unless there are things I need to look out for. And I restarted the WWW service on all CAS servers. We can check the existing quota of the user pponzeka by running the command: Get-Mailbox –Identity pponzeka | select RulesQuota As we can see, its set to 64 KB. I went ahead and double-checked the OOF setting on the default Remote domain anyway, and it is correctly set.
If that doesnt work, move the mailbox to another DB. http://www.slipstick.com/general/clean-out-of-office-rules-using-mfcmapi/ Go to Solution 9 6 3 +2 5 Participants takwirirar(9 comments) LVL 1 rhandels(6 comments) LVL 23 Exchange12 Senior IT System Engineer(3 comments) LVL 6 Exchange3 imkottees LVL 13 Exchange12 Do keep in mind that all client rules will be removed from the Outlook client.
Don’t forget the subject. So, how do we increase the quota? I do get a relay denied error but I'm not sure where to go from there. Out Of Office Not Working Exchange 2013 I ran it against my mailbox and found the "online integrity check for request....completed successfully" entry in the event log.
However, you can emulate this by using a rule so you can be fully in control of who gets your reply and who doesn’t. Out Of Office Not Working Outlook 2010 Then I did a little search over the internet and found this is the default behavior of Exchange server 2010. Press OK to close all open dialogs. why not try these out There are no rules anywhere (that I can see) that override the OoO.
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I haven't seen that command before. http://europrolink.com/out-of/out-of-office-not-working-for-one-user-exchange-2007.php There is no antivirus running on the mailbox servers. Opened it again and created the OOF message. Especially various free providers tend to filter them out. Out Of Office Not Working Exchange 2007
I then logged into OWA to make sure that Outlook was not the culprit I found that OWA showed identical settings to Outlook. To verify one more time that this was Click Finish and then OK to close the open windows. imkottees I have gone through the instructions on the site as well but PR_OOF_STATE says False although Outlook says my OOF is on. Check This Out Join Now For immediate help use Live now!
There is a built-in option to only send the external reply to (external) people who are also in your Contacts folder or to everyone who sends you a message. let me know, Sandeep Thursday, April 12, 2012 9:00 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thanks, Sandeep. Any help? 0 Serrano OP OPQ Feb 1, 2016 at 10:31 UTC OPQ wrote: Same problem with Exchange 2010...External out of office don't work. Out Of Office Not Working For One User I checked PR_OOF_STATE using mfcmapi, and it was already set to True.
The title of my post is misleading. If it works now, you can ask your Exchange administrator to turn on the Automatic Replies feature on the Exchange server or to verify if it has been configured properly. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa997463%28EXCHG.80%29.aspx Let me know! -Jay 0 Cayenne OP Tom Peach-Geraghty Jul 7, 2011 at 4:34 UTC I've had a look at that tool, and i have this contact form Then if they would then send you a message and receive your OOF, it would be more like a friendly reminder.
Any ideas here? Or External? If you need to be a 100% certain that they get informed about your (extended) absence, contact them before you leave. HTH 3 Pimiento OP John611290 Oct 15, 2014 at 1:48 UTC 1st Post Karrl wrote: Have you forwarded his email to somewhere?
I've checked that there are no inbox rules, and run the remove inbox rules command on that mailbox in exchange anyway.