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    Quote Originally Posted by cchargin View Post
    Hello all,
    If I set zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration to 1, does that mean 1 day?
    that would mean 1 millisecond:
    duration syntax:^\d+[hmsd]?$.
    If [hmsd] is not specified, the default is milliseconds.
    zmprov ma user@domain.com zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration 1d
    (you could also modify it on the COS)

    Thus duplicate away messages will not be sent to the same user in the given interval of 1 day. On day 2, if they send that account an email, they would again get back one notification, then no notifications for another day.

    Setting to 0 would send an out-of-office notification in response to every email received. (you want this-but it's generally not a good idea, as your sending responses to spam etc...
    + If you have user A with an away message up, user B sends an email, and immediately put's up their away message (with the attribute set to 0) you could technically get a loop.
    Therefore 1d and up is probably a better setting to use.
    I prefer 3d (or every week 5/7d depending upon how long the user is gone) ie: If their gone a month-then every week, (this is what I set the COS to) unless they specifically ask for 3 days.

    You also might be interested in:
    zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeDirectAddress
    zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeFromDate
    zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeReply
    zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeReplyEnabled
    zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeUntilDate

    Search bugzilla for the requests to add these via admin/user settings...
    Last edited by mmorse; 08-06-2007 at 05:28 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkarp View Post
    Try setting zimbraPrefOutOfOfficeCacheDuration to 0 on the account.
    I am new to zimbra and trying to locate this so i can make this change. I have looke din the "zimbralocalconfig" and that was not correct. Can you tell me which file to look under?

    Thank you in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccrump65 View Post
    I am new to zimbra and trying to locate this so i can make this change. I have looke din the "zimbralocalconfig" and that was not correct. Can you tell me which file to look under?
    The details are in the post above yours.
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