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Old 13th August 2010, 22:52
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Default How to allow end users to self service add/modify autoresponder(vacation msg)?

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anyone know if possible or how to allow end users to self service add/modify autoresponder(vacation msg)?


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Old 13th August 2010, 23:31
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If your using roundcube, you can use the mail user interface plugin which allows mail users to set their own vacation message via the webmail.
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Is it a specific plugin by horfic? I can get the password change to work but not vacation autoreply.

Last I checked, the .sieve file is not created in the user's vmail folder. Is there anything in ispconfig I must check to be working for autoresponder to work?

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