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'Out of Office' message in Outlook 2003

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When I send an e-mail to someone whom is out of the office, I get an 'out of office reply' and an 'out of office response'. How does an 'out of office response' get sent/created? When I try to e-mail that same person again, the 'out of office reply' does not get sent (which is normal) but still recieve 'out of office response' message. Is it maybe because rules are setup in the person's outlook whom is out of the office?

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