Difference between revisions of "Out of office auto reply duration"

 
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Set frequency of out of office auto-reply sent
  
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Can out of office auto-reply duration be changed?
 
  
 
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The default duration of Out of office auto-reply message is 7 days i.e. the email addresses to whom Out of office auto-reply has been sent already will be cached for a period of 7 days and no further auto-reply is sent to these addresses until 7 days.<br>  
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By default, the out of office auto-reply message is sent to each recipient once in every 7 days.  
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These email addresses are stored in a cache for a period of 7 days and no further auto-reply is sent to these addresses until 7 days.<br>  
 
This duration is configured in ''zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration'' attribute at COS and account level.  
 
This duration is configured in ''zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration'' attribute at COS and account level.  
  
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  zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0
 
  zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0
 
  zmprov ma user2@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d
 
  zmprov ma user2@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d
 
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zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0 :  This will send an auto reply to every sender repeatedly and not cache any email address.<br>
<code>zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0</code> :  This will send an auto reply to every sender repeatedly and not cache any email address.<br>
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zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d :  This will send an auto reply to the sender after a day only and avoid multiple auto replies for a day, you can adjust the value to xd (x days) according to your need.
<code>zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d</code> :  This will send an auto reply to the sender after a day only and avoid multiple auto replies for a day, you can adjust the value to xd (x days) according to your need.
 
 
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 14:27, 31 August 2018

Set OutOfOffice auto-reply duration


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Problem

Set frequency of out of office auto-reply sent


Solution

By default, the out of office auto-reply message is sent to each recipient once in every 7 days. These email addresses are stored in a cache for a period of 7 days and no further auto-reply is sent to these addresses until 7 days.
This duration is configured in zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration attribute at COS and account level.

Below are few examples to change the duration of auto-reply :

Set on COS Level:
zmprov mc COSname zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0
zmprov mc COSname2 zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d
Set on Account Level:
zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0
zmprov ma user2@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d

zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0 :  This will send an auto reply to every sender repeatedly and not cache any email address.
zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d : This will send an auto reply to the sender after a day only and avoid multiple auto replies for a day, you can adjust the value to xd (x days) according to your need.
Submitted by: Aarti Shah
Verified Against: ZCS 8.8, 8.7, 8.6, 8.5 Date Created: 2017-08-23
Article ID: https://wiki.zimbra.com/index.php?title=Out_of_office_auto_reply_duration Date Modified: 2018-08-31



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