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    Do you have any idea's for me, Foxylady
    who TF is foxy LADY

    Only a quick one ........
    do you have your OOO message saved ?
    I have office 2k3, but as I'm not on Exchange, I can only go so far here at home.
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    who TF is foxy LADY
    Hey Foxy is there something you need to tell us ??

    Hey binary0boy

    Did you try it with the work offline trick thingie ?
    Or juggle the cached no cached setting ?

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    my bad on the foxylady

    I attempted to go down the road for the saving of the message but was unable to locate it in the reg or locate a file which contains the information

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    where does outlook keep the information for the out of office??????

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    The message is typed into a window, that opens when you click on tools > OOO ........isn't it ?
    as for where it STORES said message ..................
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    thats the question where is the file stored

    the exchange server will get a rule pushed to it from the client that stores the information but on the client where is the information kept

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    C:\Documents and Settings\users name\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
    the usual dumping ground for the outlook detritus ........
    but as I do not have an Exchange server, this is it for me

    I have a feeling that the server holds the details too
    as the OOO replies whether you are online or switched off ..........
    55 - I'm fiftyfeckinfive and STILL no wiser,
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    Beware of Geeks bearing GIF's
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    time to tear a exchange server apart

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    Before you tear apart your exchange...

    Have you tried your profile on another machine.....with the out of office???

    May be machine specific??

    MLF


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    Yes and OOO works fine

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