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    Angry Scheduling tasks for exchange

    Hi All i have made a script the enables OOF for our SENCO as she is off site 2 days a week (cant set OOF for only those reucuring days)

    how ever i have tested the script and it works at enable the OOF and second works for disabled OOF

    now when i run the task in task schedular it doesnt work,

    the task is told to launch EMS then run the script but nout.

    Many thanks

    Bushby

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    I believe you can do this by ECP, what ever address your OWA is attached to go to ECP instead of OWA.

    for example..

    mail.school.co.uk/owa - change owa to ecp. You can login as Admin, then switch to a user and set out-of-office. I believe you can apply it to a user Admin side too.

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    well i checked my scripts again for the scedualed tasks, and i made a boo boo i missed a "-" at the very start

    i now know that the apply works for the member of staff just now got to wait till tonight to see if it removes itself.....(please work)

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