There is no built-in facility for that, but you could craft a message rule
that would do it. However, it is not recommended because you would
have to leave your PC turned on 24/7, and any power failure would
likely mess up the scheme.
Most mail providers have a web page where you can turn on a server-
based vacation responder. Look around in your webmail options.
Gary VanderMolen, MS-MVP (Mail)
"Nickie" <Nickie@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:26C1FF50-2F3A-437D-B154-67DFD8D9C70D@xxxxxx
> Is there a way in Windows mail to do a vacation message? I can't find it
> anywhere. Thanks.