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    How to set up out-of-office autoresponder

    I am using office 2010 and would like to know how to set up an out of office autoresponder in Outlook 2010

    Your assistance in this regard is most appreciated

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    Click on File, then Info. Out of Office is the second choice iin the right pane.

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    Note that the options available are better than were available in Office 2007, 2003, etc. "Check them out" before you have to set it up in a hurry!
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    Thanks for the reply. When I click on File, then Info, Out of office is nowhere to be found-see screen print

    Your assistance is resolving this issue is most appreciated
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    Your Outlook needs to be connected to Exchange for this to work!
    Read through the info (!) found by clicking on the question mark icon at the top right of the screen, and put "Out of Office" into the Search box.
    Or try this Knowledge Base article.
    BATcher

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    BATcher is correct but Microsoft does have some suggestions if you're not connected to Exchange:
    http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/oooa.htm

    Jerry

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    Hi Guys

    Thanks for the help, much appreciated

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