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    Default [SOLVED] Out of office cache lifetime?

    There is a setting in the Admin UI called "Out of Office Cache Lifetime." Can someone point me to a reference that explains how this setting works or can someone explain it to me?

    I want to set it so that every message received gets the out of office Autoreply. I know that this is not a normal thing, but I need to set it that way for a couple of particular accounts.

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    Setting to 0 would send an out-of-office notification in response to every email received. (Default is 7 days.)

    Thus duplicate away messages will not be sent to the same user in the given interval of x days. On day x+1, if they send that account an email, they would again get back another notification.

    CLI would be:
    zmprov mc COSname zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0
    zmprov mc COSname2 zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d
    or:
    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 0
    zmprov ma user2@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d

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    Thanks. I think I understand it now, and it is working as advertised.

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