Out Of Office message variable

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Is there a way to use variables in the message to automatically show the start and end time instead of manually typing it each time i have to set the out of office automatic replies?

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Instead of the image above, what i am looking for is something like this:

I will be out of the office <StartTime> and returning <EndTime>

 

Is this possible? I cannot seem to find any information about this online in my searches.

 

Thank you for your time,

Joe

 

 

 

2 Replies
Nothing natively, you'll need an add-in for that or perhaps some VBA macro.
@Vasil - thank you. thats what i figured, but was hoping someone had a super secret trick up their sleeves.