Exchange 2016 out of office not updating

Code Two Out of Office Manager offers various features to centrally manage the Automatic Replies settings and even the option to delegate this tasks to someone else like HR managers, receptionists, assistants or team leaders.

It also includes an option to reset the Out of Office address history to re-activate replies.

For example, you can create rules to automatically move or copy messages to other folders, to delete messages, to send custom replies, and so on.

As support for Exchange 2010 wanes and the bell is tolling for Exchange Server 2007’s useful life, a lot of organizations are taking a look at moving to Exchange Server 2016.

The benefit of setting it on-line is that you can close Outlook (and shutdown your computer) and people mailing you will still be getting your away-message.If your ISP doesn’t provide an Automatic Replies feature, you can create a rule that replies to all e-mails.The downside of this, is that you’ll need to have your Outlook open all the time for the rule to process.These desktop versions of Outlook will not be updated to work with Exchange 2016.Interestingly, you can still use Outlook 2007 with Office 365, even though Office 365’s Exchange version is based on the 2016 product, but that could change at any time.

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