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Chapter 17. Outlook and Exchange > Out of Office Replies

17.3. Out of Office Replies

Creating and using Out of Office replies is similar to creating and using Mail rules (see Chapter 6) with the following exceptions:

  • Mail rules are applied continuously (as long as Outlook is running); Out of Office replies are turned on or off by the user.

  • Mail rules can be created to handle more than just incoming messages; Out of Office replies only act on messages arriving in the user's Inbox.

  • Mail rules are client based; Out of Office replies are server based. This means that Out of Office replies continue to function even if Outlook is closed and/or disconnected from Exchange—providing, of course, the Exchange server they are configured under is running.


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