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Machete

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I've scoured the KB and couldn't find anything - so I'm guessing the feature doesn't exist - but has anyone encountered (and how have they handled) a full-time employee going part-time?

I now have an employee that only works M-W-F and isn't in on Tu-Th and we'd like an automatic away message posted on those days. Right now either the user or myself has to remember to set the OOO reply manually.

Any suggestions?
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ksnyder

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There's an iPhone app works with Kerio Connect and *might* work for your needs. http://www.responderapp.com/ It offers an out of office message based on geolocation settings. I believe you could set this so that a specific out-of-office response was triggered if the employee was more than X miles from the office.

Using filters would be the best bet and this RFC offers hope (https://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc5260), but I don't believe that Kerio Connect's Sieve filter can parse date info at the moment.

Ken Snyder
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mallemann

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Do we have any news here since Kerio Connect 9? No way to enable a day-based auto-reply for part-time workers?
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