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    Out of Office for public folder

    Hello all first post!

    I have set up a public folder and mail enabled it and set it up so a user can send as that folder.

    When the user emails someone as the public folder, who is out of the office, where does the notification saying they are out of the office go, it does not appear in the users inbox or in the public folder.

    Hope that all makes sense.

    We are running Exchange 2000 with Outlook 2000.

    Thank you in Advance

    Kind Regards
    Backoffice

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    Re: Out of Office for public folder

    Welcome to the Lounge!

    Off the top of my head (since I've never done this), I would think that what you are doing "should work"...

    Doing some Googling got me Public Folders Basic Parts 1 and 2 (the second part might be worth a read?), and Mail-Enabling Public Folders. Maybe something there will ring a bell?

    John
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    Re: Out of Office for public folder

    Hello Thanks for the links.

    It doesnt really mention anything about out of office replies and if they should go into the public folder.

    I think I will do some more googling!

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