That's fine. If you have admin rigts you can login to OWA
as any user. At sign in prompt type the user in question
and you will be logged into owa as that user. Then click
options and setup the out of office.
Hope this helps
>Hi, Actually I am doing this on the Exchange server (i
have admin rights)
>I have not tried your suggestion about OWA?
>I don't see how I can turn on the Out of Office message
for a user (NOT for
>my account) in the OWA.
>Can you give me a bit more info.
>Thanks in advance,
>> You can just login to Outlook Web Access and click
>> and the out of office assistant can be setup from there.
>> This can be done from any machine as long as you have
>> admin rights or that users login.
>> >-----Original Message-----
>> >You are doing it correctly. There is not a way to do
>> from the server
>> >Michael Barta [MSFT]
>> >Microsoft Exchange Support
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>> >> Hello,
>> >> Right now the way I activate a users out of office
>> message for Exchange
>> >> / Outlook 2000 is to create a user profile on the
>> Exchange server then
>> >> as that use and enter an Out of office message.
>> >> Is there an easier way to turn on users out of office
>> >> Thanks in advance for Any help with this.
>> >> Terry