My boss simply does not like the idea of putting up an out of office reply message over the weekends. So in that case, how do I put an out of office in Microsoft Outlook 2003 on Windows XP, which would go out to anyone who sends me an email except my boss & other team members in my office. Is there a way out.
One way to do that is probably by adding an exception for his email address with a dot in the subject column so that when he sends email over the weekends, the automated reply will go out to him as a blank one, but that would still give away the whole idea of him being left out.
Is there any way out. Please advise. Thanks.