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Bob Johnston

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KMS 6.1.0 running on OS X 10.4.2

Two questions in regards to the Out Of Office feature.

Is there a way to change the subject of an Out Of Office reply? I think it just replies with a "Re: original subject" name. I've seen some other mail servers reply with "Out Of Office" as the subject.

When Out Of Office does reply to the sender, the original message is not included. Is there a way to include the orginal message?

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Bob Johnston

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Another question, please.

It appears that if you turn on the Out Of Office reply, that the text of the reply must be changed from one Out Of Office activation to the next. If you use the same text reply, the database of sender names KMS keeps for that account is not reset.

Am I missing something, or is this true?

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winkelman

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What I know about the Out of Office ('OOO') is that it only actually really turns on after you've logged out of Webmail.

The logic may be that you are not OOO as long as you're logged in, and therefor KMS only turns it on after a logout. However, it should turn on as soon as you flip the swith in Settings and press 'Save and close'. That would be a lot more intuitive.

[Updated on: Tue, 13 September 2005 18:10]

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kwindham

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Has there been any way to change the subject of the out of office reply implemented yet? I know this is an old thread, but I haven't found any way to do this in my searching.
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