Create Your Own "Out Of Office" Agent

The formula code can be seen below which can be copy and pasted. The agent trigger should be set to "If New Mail Has Arrived". A person will only receive one out of office notification during a vacation period if multiple emails are sent. WORKS GREAT! But, if you plan to roll agent out to several people in your company change the trigger to "On Schedule Daily" and acting on "All new and modified documents since last run" to minimize...

server load during peak hours. REM; REM "Out of Office (OOO)"; REM "Coded by Lance Zakin - Lzakin@ivesco.com"; REM; REM "INSTRUCTIONS"; REM "1. Modify 4 field values below before leaving for vacation and save agent."; REM "2. Enable agent (Select agent checkbox)."; REM; REM "LeaveDate: First day out on vacation. i.e. @Date( year ; month ; day )"; REM "ReturnDate: First day back at work. i.e. @Date( year ; month ; day )"; REM "IntranetMsg: Message displayed to people inside company."; REM "InternetMsg: Message displayed to people outside company from common domain types .com, .edu, .mil, .gov"; REM; LeaveDate := @Date(2000; 3; 10); ReturnDate := @Date(2000; 3; 12); IntranetMsg := "I will respond to your message when I return. If this is an emergency I can be paged at 917-555-1212."; InternetMsg := "I will respond to your message when I return. If this is an emergency I can be paged from web site http://www.mobile.att.net using pin number 5165551212."; REM; REM "Do not change code below."; REM; @If(@Today >= ReturnDate & Subject != "DISABLE OOO AGENT"; @Do(@MailSend(@UserName; ""; ""; "DISABLE OOO AGENT"; ""; ""); @Return("")); ""); @If(DeliveredDate >= LeaveDate; ""; @Return("")); ProfileDate := @GetProfileField("OOO"; "Date") ; @If(ProfileDate = LeaveDate; ""; @Do(@SetProfileField("OOO"; "Date"; LeaveDate); @SetProfileField("OOO"; "AlreadyNotified"; ""))); ProfileNotified := @GetProfileField("OOO"; "AlreadyNotified") ; @If(@IsMember(From; ProfileNotified); @Return(""); ""); @SetProfileField("OOO"; "AlreadyNotified"; From : ProfileNotified); CR := @NewLine; Message := @If(@Contains(@LowerCase(SMTPOriginator); ".com" : ".gov" : ".net" : ".edu" : ".mil"); InternetMsg; IntranetMsg); Subject := @Name([CN]; @UserName) + " is out of the office."; Remark := "I will be out of the office from " + @Text(LeaveDate ) + " until " + @Text(ReturnDate ) + "." + CR + CR + Message; @MailSend(From; ""; ""; Subject; Remark; "");

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