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       kopano-set-oof - Control a user's out of office settings.


       kopano-set-oof [-h hostname] [-m mode] [-n msgfile] [-p keypass] [-s keyfile] [-t subject]
                      [-u username] [--from datetime --until datetime]


       This tool can be used to change a user's out of office settings. The storage server must
       be running for kopano-set-oof to work.


       -h hostname
           Connect to the given storage server. This defaults to

       -m, --mode 0
           Disable the user's out of office reply.

       -m, --mode 1
           Enable the user's out of office reply.

       -m, --mode -
           Don't enable or disable the user's out of office reply. Just update the subject and
           message, unless the user's out of office reply is enabled. This is the default mode.

           This is useful to update all out of office settings without enabling them and without
           changing the messages of enabled replies because that might overwrite some useful
           information that a user has set.

       -n, --message file
           Reads the given text file and uses its contents for the autoreply's message body.

       -p, --sslkey-pass password
           Use the given password to access the certificate.

       -s, --sslkey-file sslkey
           Use the given certificate when connecting to the storage server.

       -t, --subject text
           The subject for Out Of Office messages will be set to the specified text.

       -u, --user name
           Modify the Out Of Office settings for the particular user.

       --from, --until datetime
           Limit the OOF responder to the given timeframe. Both options, or neither of the two,
           must be specified. The format to use as argument is to be in the form of "2015-04-01
           23:50" (ISO-8601-like), and is taken to be in local time.


       Written by Kopano.