Microsoft Exchange Autoresponder - server side auto replies

MSH Exchange Autoresponder is transport agent extension that allows you to create server side auto responses on the basis of configurable criteria.

With administrative desktop application you will create and manage auto response rules, like common auto reply messages, vacation e-mails, marketing or support auto replies.

Compose Auto Reply Messages

You have control over auto reply subject, body content and additional custom message headers. Subject and body content support Active Directory variables so each auto reply message can be personalized based on an auto reply sender.

Advanced Time Scheduling

Use multiple options in which an auto reply rule will be active. With this functionality you can create rules which will send auto replies all the time, only on holidays, Christmas or specified hours.

Forward Message to Another Mailbox

Autoresponder rule can send forward to your assistant when you are out of office. Changing the subject of forward is very useful when you want to distinguish it from original message.

Protect Against Loops Between Servers

When other auto reply software not follow the standards there is a possibility to create a loop between servers. This is very dangerous situation when two servers non stop sends auto replies to each other. With this protection you will define how many times application will send auto replies in specific period of time (ie. in an hour, day) to the same recipient.

Change Autoreply Sender Address

When email is sent to specific user, auto reply can be sent from group.

Integrate with Active Directory

Application can integrate with Active Directory, so auto replies can be personalized with data from directory service.

To learn more visit MSH Exchange Autoresponder website.

Łukasz is a software developer and owner of MSH Software company which builds email processing tools for Microsoft Exchange, Zimbra Collaboration Suite and Postfix. He specializes in server, desktop and web applications written in Java, .NET and C++.