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Thread: [SOLVED] Set auto-reply with the command line

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    Default [SOLVED] Set auto-reply with the command line

    How do you set auto-reply with the command line?

    You can set it with the GUI under preferences --> mail and then "auto-reply". Couldn't find it under zmmailbox addFilter so it doesn't seem to be a filter, though it is similar.

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    you can do this with the zmprov command
    Code:
    zmprov ma account@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeReply 'whatever you want your message to be' zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeReplyEnabled 'TRUE'
    In order to figure this out, I set the preferences from the GUI on my account, then from the commandline did:
    Code:
    zmprov ga accountname@domain.com
    Then I just looked for the values that changed. You can then set any of them with the ModifyAccount (ma) command of zmprov, after you know what the correct settings look like, by doing 'zmprov ma account@domain attribute 'value' attribute 'value' etc. as shown above.

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    Thank you alexkelly! Worked for me.

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