Microsoft Outlook allows users to use rules to reply to emails while they are away automatically, forward emails to another account, mark messages as read, or move them to a folder automatically. To create an Out of Office rule, users must first create a template in Outlook and then turn it on in the Rules and Alerts dialog box. Once the rule is created, users can use the "Reply to Out of Office" feature to reply to emails while they are away.
Use rules to create an out of office message - Microsoft Support
This article provides seven examples of professional out-of-office messages for autoresponders, including a basic example template, lead generation, content promotion, traffic-driving, networking or new business, social media engagement, funny/funny, and a reminder to set up an out-of-office reply. It also provides tips on how to use an out-of-office message to create a professional response and ensure that it is sent on time.
7 Best Out of Office Message Examples for Your Auto Reply