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#1 Yadav

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Posted 24 August 2007 - 11:24 AM

Is it possible to setup an e-mail account (Gmail) that will automatically send out a reply (auto reply) to the sender ?

#2 ujjwal

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Posted 24 August 2007 - 12:06 PM

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How do I set up an automatic vacation response?
Going on vacation? No access to the Internet? No problem! Use Gmail's vacation responder to let people know you won't be able to get back to them right away.

You can set up a vacation response in your Gmail account that will automatically reply to anyone who emails you. While the vacation responder is enabled, Gmail will send a response to anyone who contacts you.* If that person contacts you again after four days and your vacation responder is still enabled, Gmail will send another vacation response to remind the person that you're away from your email.

Here's how to let people know you can't respond right away:

1. Log in to your Gmail account.
2. Click 'Settings' along the top of any Gmail page.
3. From the 'General' tab, select 'Vacation responder on' in the 'Vacation responder:' section.
4. Enter the subject and body of your message in the 'Subject:' and 'Message:' fields.
* If you've enabled a personalized signature in your account, Gmail will automatically append it to the bottom of your vacation response.
5. Check the box next to 'Only send a response to people in my Contacts' if you don't want everyone who emails you to know that you're away from your mail.
6. Click 'Save Changes.'

While the vacation responder is enabled, you'll see a banner across the top of your Gmail account, displaying the subject of your vacation response. To stop Gmail from automatically sending the response, click 'end now' within the banner. Or, if you'd like to edit the response, click 'vacation settings.'

* Keep in mind that your vacation response will start over each time you edit it -- if someone receives your initial vacation response, and then emails you again after you've edited the subject or body of the message, he or she will receive the edited response, too.

* Messages classified as spam and messages addressed to a mailing list you subscribe to will not receive a vacation response.


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Posted 26 August 2007 - 03:42 AM

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How do I set up an automatic vacation response?
Going on vacation? No access to the Internet? No problem! Use Gmail's vacation responder to let people know you won't be able to get back to them right away.
You can set up a vacation response in your Gmail account that will automatically reply to anyone who emails you. While the vacation responder is enabled, Gmail will send a response to anyone who contacts you.* If that person contacts you again after four days and your vacation responder is still enabled, Gmail will send another vacation response to remind the person that you're away from your email.

Here's how to let people know you can't respond right away:

Log in to your Gmail account.
Click 'Settings' along the top of any Gmail page.
From the 'General' tab, select 'Vacation responder on' in the 'Vacation responder:' section.
Enter the subject and body of your message in the 'Subject:' and 'Message:' fields.
If you've enabled a personalized signature in your account, Gmail will automatically append it to the bottom of your vacation response.
Check the box next to 'Only send a response to people in my Contacts' if you don't want everyone who emails you to know that you're away from your mail.
Click 'Save Changes.'
While the vacation responder is enabled, you'll see a banner across the top of your Gmail account, displaying the subject of your vacation response. To stop Gmail from automatically sending the response, click 'end now' within the banner. Or, if you'd like to edit the response, click 'vacation settings.'
Keep in mind that your vacation response will start over each time you edit it -- if someone receives your initial vacation response, and then emails you again after you've edited the subject or body of the message, he or she will receive the edited response, too.
* Messages classified as spam and messages addressed to a mailing list you subscribe to will not receive a vacation response.


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Ujjwal J !

Thanks for the link , it is very helpful . The above text is from the link you have mentioned in this topic.

Please keep on posting such helpful information .








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#4 Yadav

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Posted 27 August 2007 - 12:38 PM

It was quite informative. Is there a way to setup Hotmail and Yahoo that will automatically send out a reply (auto reply) to the sender ? so many thanks to all of you .

#5 Pokhrel

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Posted 06 November 2007 - 10:05 PM


Yes, it does work in yahoo mail.

Once you are signed in to yahoo mail:

1. Click into “Options”

2. Click into “Vacation Response”

3. Type your vacation message in the box

4. Choose the date from when to when?

5. Your “vacation response” will be automatically sent to the person who sent you an e-mail within that specific period that you have chosen earlier.

I am sure hotmail must have such option too.



Thank you,

Yours truly

#6 Subash Dahal

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Posted 29 November 2007 - 05:42 PM

Thanks guys. Even the simple but the most useful things remain unexplored without the help of guys like you. I am anticipating for other useful tips....Kudos!!!




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