Post # 1
I’m trying to do an out of office message on my work email for my trip, and am getting so frustrated!
I followed the instructions here under the ‘Without a Microsoft Exchange account’ because we don’t have one..and when I receive a message, an error comes up saying ‘Cannot send message’ and it turns the ‘rule’ off.
All you business bees…anyone figured out the trick to making this work!?!
Post # 3
Go to “Tools” on the menus. Click on “Out of Office Assistant”. It should be obvious from there!
Post # 4
It’s not the same for 2010 version. I miss the old version where it was that easy!
This is what I see when I look at Outlook:
Post # 5
Are you able to log directly into your email account (not using Outlook) and add an out of office message? I stopped using Outlook back in the spring and I don’t remember what version it was, but the only way I managed to add an away message was by doing so on my work gmail account (which was the address connected to my Outlook…)
Post # 6
tools and out of office assistant. Make sure you turn it ‘on’ after you write your message 😛 Someone may or may not have done that for the 6 days she was out for her wedding……
Post # 7
I have Outlook 2010 as well. This is what you do:
Click on FILE, then INFO. It is on the left side.
Then click AUTOMATIC REPLIES. Your out of office assistant should come up now. You must click SENT AUTOMATIC REPLIES to turn it on.