All mail systems do if you get into the 'right' situation - alas. OOO
doesn't loop (replies once per sender) and this scripty thing does the same
> I was under the impression that Exchange 2000 does not perform mail loops
> the same way 5.5 did.
> Mark Fugatt
> > ....and note that you are opening yourself up to mail loops if you do
> > Check out http://www.cdolive.com/autoreply.htm for a solution that will
> > reply only once per sender.
> > > Kim
> > > If you go to into Exchange System Manager and then expand Global
> > > then click on Internet Message Formats, and then right click over
> > > and open its Properties, go to the Advanced tab and select "Allow
> > automatic
> > > replies"
> > > That should do it for you.
> > > --
> > > Mark Fugatt
> > > Pentech Office Solutions Inc
> > > www.4mcts.com
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> > > > I have an exchange 2000 server and am trying to setup an
> > > > autoreply message to people that are sending e-mail from
> > > > outside the office to specific recipients. The autoreply
> > > > works fine for internal users but externally the people do
> > > > not get and out of office reply.
> > > > Any ideas?