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    I have one user (out of 100) who we cannot get his "Out of Office" to work. when he clicks on it he gets: Your Out of Office settings cannot be displayed, because the server is currently unavailable. Try again later.
    Outlook 2007 on an AT&T exchange server somewhere else. Windows XP Pro SP3 new computer and install.
    What I have done so far:
    Searched Google, only found Server side fixes. This is not an option for me.
    Repair of office Pro 2007
    Uninstall and re-install of Office Pro 2007
    Edited the registry to add to Outlook security as per Microsoft KB: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/970123
    Downloaded and install Microsoft Hotfix KB954574
    Opened a Help Desk ticket, which has not been responded to yet.

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    This is not a solution, but as a data point or workaround, can the user configure the Out of Office Assistant using Outlook Web Access (in Internet Explorer)?

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    jscher,
    That is a possibility, however he has now left on vacation.

    I'll have him check when he gets back.

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Jam View Post
    That is a possibility, however he has now left on vacation.
    A vacation without Outlook Web Access? Wow, that is a real vacation.

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    Yeh,
    I am not sure he even realizes he can access email there, he may.

    I didn't think of telling him. He was in a panic to turn on Out of Office before he left and it just didn't respond. I did everything I could at his computer. google showed several things to do on the Exchange side, so that is in AT&T's hands if that is what is needed.

    His client was corrupted a couple of months ago and I am beginnig to think he eneds a format and re-install even though his puter is less than 6 mos old.

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