Out of office help please (a bit off topic)

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Hi guys (and girls)
This is a bit of a dumb question...
I'm going on holiday shortly and will set up an out of office auto
reply. For the past couple of years I've been using Lotus notes which
has a nifty function to exclude messages with certain words in the
headers from the "out of office" auto response. Well, I'm now back to
using good old outlook, but for the life of me can't figure out how to
set up a similar rule to avoid all you guys (and girls)getting loads of
out of office messages from me
Any help please?
Cheers
paul
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Paul,
I hope your good with Outlook rules.
I haven't tried this but I think you need to have one rule that moves
messages with ELCO out of the inbox to a different folder (I do that), then
a second rule the send your "out of the office" message. Outlook lets you
order the rules so they are carried out in sequence.
Thought here, if you set up a rule to auto reply "out of office" and receive
a message from someone who then sets up their own "out of the office"
before your auto-response get back will the loop just carry on while your
both away?
Malcolm Bagley
Stafford, UK
1975 FJ45 Pickup (In Work)
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Sent: 27 June 2006 09:02
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Subject: [ELCO] Out of office help please (a bit off topic)
Hi guys (and girls)
This is a bit of a dumb question...
I'm going on holiday shortly and will set up an out of office auto
reply. For the past couple of years I've been using Lotus notes which
has a nifty function to exclude messages with certain words in the
headers from the "out of office" auto response. Well, I'm now back to
using good old outlook, but for the life of me can't figure out how to
set up a similar rule to avoid all you guys (and girls)getting loads of
out of office messages from me
Any help please?
Cheers
paul
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