auto reply to incoming messages
SOS. I am having trouble with my Outlook 2002. I am trying to set up an "out of office assitant". It says i need to have Microsoft Exchange for this to work. So i went back to my Office XP disk and tried adding it in seperately and then i tried reinstalling Office XP, and still nothing. Anyone have any suggestions, thanks!
"Paul" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> SOS. I am having trouble with my Outlook 2002. I am trying to set up an
"out of office assitant". It says i need ...reply to mail
I received a mail in Outlook 2003 and decided to reply to
the sender. While I was typing my reply, I saw a line
appearing on top of the original mail in Outlook
saying "you replied to this message on date /time bla
bla..." however I did not sent the reply yet...! so I
cancelled my reply mail, did not said yes to "do you want
to save your mail " and the top line saying a replied was
still there !! even when u close and open outlook again,
it's still there ! this can lead to big problems for
somebody reading this mail after some time, causing him
to believe he r...Is there a way via GPO to remove the "Reply to All" option on the Standard Menu but keep in the Drop Down
I am looking for a way via Group Policy to remove the "Reply to All"
button in Outloook 2000 and 2003 but keep the option active in the Drop
Down menu (Actions/Reply to All).
I've tested via Sue Mosher's solution using GPO but the Control ID 355
ties both functionality together.
Is there a way to do the above via policy?
No, there is no way to do that with Group policy. Why would you want to =
remove it in one place but not in all?=20
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for=20
Adm...OL2000: Reply to HTML messages in plain text
Outlook Express includes an option to "reply to messages using the format in which they were sent". Clearing this option will make OE reply in plain text regardless of the original message format.
I generally do not send e-mail in HTML at all. Outlook makes me manually change the format to plain text every time I reply to a HTML message.
How could I report this issue to Microsoft?
Ivan B�tora <email@example.com> wrote:
> Outlook Express includes an option to "reply to messages using the
> format in which they were sent". Clearing this option will ma...Two e-mail accounts send/reply to the same account?
I have two e-mail accounts and when I send from the second
one it registers as having been sent from the default
account, so that replies are sent to the default account,
not the second account. How can I have the second account
stand on its own to send and receive reply messages?
which version of outlook are you using ? I think 2002 upwards do it. 2003
"Ricky" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I have two e-mail accounts and when I send from the second
> one it registers as having been ...Allow user to choose reply to address
Exchange 2003, Outlook 2003. A user has two smtp addresses, and they want
to be able to change the reply to address and from address depending on who
they are sending too from these two assigned SMTP addresses. This is only
one Exchange account with multiple SMTP addresses though.
Is this possible?
Third party app, or you will need to create two separate objects that
has send as rights to the other.
James Chong (MVP)
MCSE | M+, S+, MCTS, Security+
On Mar 12, 1:22 pm, "Kevin Nickell" <knickell@yahoo_....reply to in a mail merge
I'm using outlook 2k and word 2k, I need to do an email blast using the mail
merge feature and have the message look like it came from my boss and have
any replies go to him. Is there a way to do this?
Any help would be greatly appreciated as currently I have to forward all
responses to him.
You would need to use a profile that where the default mail account is your
Sue Mosher, Outlook MVP
Microsoft Outlook Programming - Jumpstart for
Administrators, Power Users, and Developers
"Na...reply to a different email address
We have SBS2000, outlook 2003, isp is POP only and so we use a third party
POP mail product.
Our email accounts are email@example.com. This is also our domain. Our email
provider has alias accounts for us so that people can send email to us with
the same nomenclature. Our sales staff do not have AD accounts and are not
users since they are never here but there email looks the same:
The problem is we cannot use the reply button because the exchange server
cannot find them. Is there a way to set this up so that when someone hits
the reply button it automatically sends...E-mail messages are missing information when you reply to or forward them in Outlook
I have Exchange 2003 and my staff r using outlook 2003.
Sometimes when a staff reply or forward an e-mail the contents of the
original e-mail disappear from the body of the e-mail. It only shows the
the original e-mail. This does not happen all the time and it does not
all staff members.
Do you think this is a client or server issue? Any idea? Please advice,
I think it's a client issue. Exchange doesn't mess with message content in
Ed Crowley MVP
"There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral proble...Reply to
I've got a single e-mail account configured on outlook (express), where I
receive the redirect from other 5 accounts.
I would like that when I click on "reply" the sender address is not the one
that I'm using in outlook, but the one where I've originally received the
e-mail, so the address for answers should depend on the "To:" field of the
redirected e-mail. Is it possible?
Thanks in advance!
both outlook and outlook express use the account information that collected
the message - so you'll have to either stop redirecting or select the
sen...Reply to old message in OWA generates a false NDR message
We have one user who use OWA to access his mailbox. When he tries to reply
to a message for external users, the remote server generates an NDR but the
message is delivered!! Is there any reason behind this behavior?? This is the
"Your message To:user1,user2,user3......did not reach the following
I'm the member of Group "HOWTO" in Outlook 2003, when I do an "reply
all" a message to Group "HOWTO", I would like to know if it's possible
that I don't send email to myself ?
Thanks for any help!!!
manyway <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm the member of Group "HOWTO" in Outlook 2003, when I do an "reply
> all" a message to Group "HOWTO", I would like to know if it's possible
> that I don't send email to myself ?
Locate your own address in the recipient list and remove it.
-...Cannot Reply to Messages
I've got a unique error i've never seen before. When a client goes to reply
to a message (be it right-click>reply, clicking reply, etc), they get an
error message "The Operation Failed" and it closes out. This is in Outlook
2003, it has worked fine for a loooong time, and this problem just popped
I've searched around online with minimal results. The closest thing i've
found thus far is this KB article
however, that's not exactly the problem.
Anyways, besides re-loa...reply to all behavior in Outlook 2003
In this newsgroup is has been identified that Outlook 2003 no longer
copies yourself when you "reply to all" in a message you where Cced or
BCced on (see post @ end of message).
Someone mentioned in the end of the post (below) about creating a rule
to CC yourself�the thing is I cannot create a rule specific to "reply
to all". I can copy myself on all "Re:" subject line but not just the
"reply to all". If anyone has any input on how to make the Outlook
2003 behave like Outlook pre2003 it would be much appreciated.
---------see orginal posts be...Unable to reply to or forward a message in Outlook Web Access
Exchange 5.5. Suddenly, users are unable to reply to or forward a message in Outlook Web Access. Message size doesn't matter. I have 2 XP and 1 NT4 workstations on my desk. 1 XP system had the above problem, the others worked fine. I have rebooted the XP system that worked and now it can't forward or reply in OWA
Haven't made any changes in the web or Exchange servers
Popup blockers blocking the additional popup browser window?
Try holding the Ctrl key while clicking Reply or Forward.
Microsoft Exchange Support
This posting is provided &...change reply to address for a user
i have a site that has an exchange 2003 server, we want email fro
selected users to go out with the same reply to. that is i hav
user1, user2, and user3. who all work in the admin department. w
then have a distribution email address of email@example.com i would lik
for admin1,2,3 to have there reply's come back to admin. also i
receivers then add them to there address book it adds the admin@xy
address. this is controllable using pop3 accounts but i cannot se
how to default declare it with exchange. if it helps the clients ar
all running outlook 2003 on a windows 2003 terminal server
On Wed, ...can not reply to mail from administrator's shared mailbox
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
we've recently had server2k3 sbs installed mostly running absolutely =
fine, few little teething troubles this being one of them; i'm not sure =
if its by design or there's a setting needing a tweak somewhere for it.=20
the problem is i have my own mailbox aswell as being our business' =
administrator so i view all the mis-sent mail and various server reports =
from the adm...Aliases and Reply To Address
We have a user that has a number of email aliases they
receive to one exchange mail box. When they reply to
those messages, the reply-to field automatically gets
filled with their primary SMTP address.
Is there any way to set it up so that an e-mail received
on an SMTP alias, any replies get generated with THAT
smtp (alias) address as opposed to the "primary"?
Thanks in advance!
No way that I know of, what ever is stamped on that user as the Primary SMTP
Address is what will be in the message header as the default reply to.
Pgenova@online.micro...Reply to policy using pop3 connector and smtp connector
I have a test envrironment running the new SBS 2003 with Exchange.
We have an external mail provider running on pop3 and I configured the smtp
connector so we can send mails from exchange. When Exchange asked me for the
FQDN I put the smtp DN and all the accounts appear as firstname.lastname@example.org
The mail we use is email@example.com.
I tried to use the Reply Policy for users and added the smtp @company.com.
If I use this the POP3 connector I use to get mails and send to each
Exchange user doesn't work..
If I change back to @mail.company.com it works fine, but anyone receiving
mails (outsid...Reply To Email after installing CRM Outlook Client
After installing the CRM Outlook Client, when opening an email and selecting
REPLY, the current windows looses focus. I know this sounds minor but many
of our power users are in the habit of hitting REPLY and typing without even
looking at the screen. It is not until they look up do they realize that the
window no longer has focus thus everything they thought they typed now has to
Has anyone seen this and know of a quick fix?
Thanks in Advance
Have you resolved this?
I have the same problem, and it is VERY annoying.
"Kenneth Clebak&...reply to mass emails
Hi I have a large list of people who have emailed me, and I would like to
send a message to all of them with a single message with change of contact
I have been unable to work out how to do this.
I tried copy and paste into excel to get the email addresses, but most of
the addresses just show their names not the email address. I can not find a
way of showing their proper email address in the field list.
Using word 2003, thanks tim
> Hi I have a large list of people who have emailed me, and I would like to
> send a message to all of them with a single message with chang...How do I set auto reply to incoming emails to both my name and ema
My Outlook Express auto reply via rules and alerts will only reply to emails
addressed to my email address and not those addressed to me.
I'm using Microsoft Office 2003. How do I get it to reply to both?
> My Outlook Express auto reply via rules and alerts will only reply to emails
> addressed to my email address and not those addressed to me.
> I'm using Microsoft Office 2003. How do I get it to reply to both?
"My Outlook Express"
So which e-mail client are you really asking about?
This newsgr...Customise button reply to and add text to subject line
I am trying to find a solution to a problem grateful for some
I have managed to configure a button in outlook to create a new email
and add specific text to the subject line by adding mailto: as an
email address and then specifying the text in the subject line.
What i need to do is to configure a button which will add specific
text "authorised" to the subject line when i click onto reply or reply
Is there an easy way to do this without creating vast vba ??
No. You'll need to use VBA.
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Outlook Tips: http://www.outlook-tips...Auto-Reply to an open mailbox
I would like to set up a rule to auto-reply when two
certain words are in the subject line, and not on my
personal mailbox but on a secondary mailbox that my
For some reason the auto-reply isn't working.
The rule has to be written on the "secondary mailbox".
In other words, rules in your Outlook account will not
work for the other mailbox. You need to open the other
mailbox in its own profile and write the rule for it there.
Nikki Peterson [MVP - Outlook]
"Simon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
news:04b201c...Reply to wrong client address.
User John Public sign in name was set up at JPublic. Exchange created two
smtp address: JPublic@server.local and JPublic@companyname.com. The site
hosting the company domain has issued user e-mail address in the form
The problem occurs when someone replys to the user's message. Instead of
replying to Public.John@company.com, the reply address is JPublic.com.
I have made many attempt to alter the settings in Exchange, with no luck.
Everything seems to return to the initial settings. What an I missing?
"dcs" <email@example.com> wrote: