MS Outlook "Out of Office"

  first500 17:19 09 Nov 2006

Certain incoming emails do not need an Out of Office response from Outlook, as this only triggers a further auto response from the sender, which then triggers another o-o-o response from Outlook etc etc.......

How do I formulate a rule for the o-o-o-assistant, telling it not to respond
to certain addresses? (Like I could in Lotus Notes!)

  picklefactory 17:57 09 Nov 2006

Do you have Outlook 2003? If so there is an option within the O-O-O Assistant to add rules, you could select senders and give a different reply I think.

  picklefactory 17:57 09 Nov 2006

Sorry, just re-read your post, that is not what you need. Hmmmm!

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