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 #1  
29.06.2006, 14:16
lien
Ik heb bij mijn menu 'extra' geen 'afwezigheids wizard' staan. Hoe kan ik dan
toch een "out of office reply" instellen?
 #2  
29.06.2006, 14:45
GJ.Oomens
lien wrote:
> Ik heb bij mijn menu 'extra' geen 'afwezigheids wizard' staan. Hoe kan ik dan
> toch een "out of office reply" instellen?


Geen Exchange?
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 #3  
29.06.2006, 16:32
Yvonne
Weet iemand hoe je de taal kan instellen van die reply?
Nederlandse versie op de Exchange server geeft:
Subject: Automatisch antwoord bij afwezigheid: Test

Hoe maak je daar de Engelse van?

Subject: Out of Office AutoReply:
 #4  
29.06.2006, 22:51
Gandalf Gladstone
"Yvonne" <Yvonne> schreef in bericht
news:65ed
| Weet iemand hoe je de taal kan instellen van die reply?
| Nederlandse versie op de Exchange server geeft:
| Subject: Automatisch antwoord bij afwezigheid: Test
|
| Hoe maak je daar de Engelse van?
|
| Subject: Out of Office AutoReply:
|

Edit rules used with the Out of Office Assistant
This feature requires you to use a Microsoft Exchange 2000 or later account.

Most home and personal accounts do not use Exchange.

To determine the version of Exchange Server that you are connected to,

see Determine version of my Microsoft Exchange Server.

1. On the Tools (Extra) menu, click Out of Office Assistant.

2. To edit the rules, do any of the following:

Change a specific rule
1.. Click Rules, select the rule, and then click Edit Rule.
2.. Make changes to the conditions and actions for the rule.
Create a message template
1.. On the File menu, point to New, and then click Mail Message.
2.. On the Options tab, in the Format group, click Plain Text.
3.. In the message body, type the message that you want to send as your
automated reply.
4.. In the message window, click the Microsoft Office Button and then
click Save As.
5.. In the Save As dialog box, in the Save as type list, click Outlook
Template (*.oft).
6.. In the File name box, type a name for your message template, and then
click Save.
 #5  
30.06.2006, 09:19
Yvonne
Het werkt, je bent een genie!
 #6  
30.06.2006, 20:11
Gandalf Gladstone
"Yvonne" <Yvonne> schreef in bericht
news:ad43
| Het werkt, je bent een genie!
| --
| Yvonne
|
|
| "Gandalf Gladstone" schreef:
|
| >
| > "Yvonne" <Yvonne> schreef in bericht
| > news:65ed
| > | Weet iemand hoe je de taal kan instellen van die reply?
| > | Nederlandse versie op de Exchange server geeft:
| > | Subject: Automatisch antwoord bij afwezigheid: Test
| > |
| > | Hoe maak je daar de Engelse van?
| > |
| > | Subject: Out of Office AutoReply:
| > |
| >
| > Edit rules used with the Out of Office Assistant
| > This feature requires you to use a Microsoft Exchange 2000 or later
account.
| >
| > Most home and personal accounts do not use Exchange.
| >
| > To determine the version of Exchange Server that you are connected to,
| >
| > see Determine version of my Microsoft Exchange Server.
| >
| >
| >
| > 1. On the Tools (Extra) menu, click Out of Office Assistant.
| >
| > 2. To edit the rules, do any of the following:
| >
| > Change a specific rule
| > 1.. Click Rules, select the rule, and then click Edit Rule.
| > 2.. Make changes to the conditions and actions for the rule.
| > Create a message template
| > 1.. On the File menu, point to New, and then click Mail Message.
| > 2.. On the Options tab, in the Format group, click Plain Text.
| > 3.. In the message body, type the message that you want to send as
your
| > automated reply.
| > 4.. In the message window, click the Microsoft Office Button and then
| > click Save As.
| > 5.. In the Save As dialog box, in the Save as type list, click Outlook
| > Template (*.oft).
| > 6.. In the File name box, type a name for your message template, and
then
| > click Save.

Nee hoor, gewoon gespiekt uit de Help van de Engelse versie!
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