Sorry Bill, it is the Default message format in Internet Message Formats,
right click and go to Properties. When I do this I have four tabs, General,
Message Format, Advanced and Details. On the Advanced tab there are check
boxes for several different things including Out of Office replies.
> Forgive my ignorance, but I must be in the wrong administrative tool. I'm
> running the Exchange "System Manager" and though there is a setting for
> Global Settings -> Internet Message Formats, there is no place for me to
> select "Default Properties". If I select Properties, I only have General
> and Details tabs.
> > Have you tried Global Settings, Internet Message Format, Default
> > Advanced tab? There is a check box in there that allows Out of Office
> > replies.
> > HTH
> > Jeff Bevans
> > > When someone uses the out-of-office assistant in Outlook 2000/Exchange
> > 2000
> > > Enterprise to autoreply to messages, replies aren't sent when the mail
> > > received from a source external to the Exchange system. This is very
> > > frustrating to some offices as they've been using it for mailboxes of
> > > personnel who have left the university and prospective students, for
> > > instance, are not given any indication that the recipient is no longer
> > > there.
> > > I've searched new archives and have found several references to
> > > this feature for internet mail but any instructions are based on
> > > 5.5, not 2000.
> > > Is there a way to enable this feature for internet mail in Exchange
> > > and if so what is the procedure? I want to do this globally, not
> > per-user.
> > > Thanks,
> > > Bill Bartell