Sending Automatic Replies To Emails In A Per User Configurable Way

There are situations where a user of a mail system wants to send an automatic reply to an e-mail, for example when the user is not available for some reason, such as a vacation, meetings, or sick leave. Not every user has the same preferences about when an e-mail should be automatically replied to. Some people want every mail to be answered, other people are far more conservative and only want a few mails to be replied to automatically. Described is a system that can process e-mails and send automatic replies based on both system configuration and a per user configuration.

Publication Date
08 August 2012

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email autoresponse


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