How to Send Auto Email Reply From Gmail
If you are going for a vacation and don’t have internet access. Use Gmail vacation responder to let people know that you won’t be able to get back to them right away.
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Auto responder will reply to anyone who emails you. While the vacation responder is enabled, Gmail will send a response to anyone who contacts you. If that person contacts you again after four days and your vacation responder is still enabled, Gmail will send another vacation response to remind the person that you’re away from your email.
To enable or disable this feature, follow these steps:
Gmail Settings–General tab–Vacation responder–Vacation responder on–Select Vacation Period–Enter Subject and message body–Save Settings.
Check the box “Only send a response to people in my Contacts” if you want to send only a response to people in my Contacts if you don’t want everyone who emails you to know that you are away from your mail.
If you have enabled a personalized signature in your settings, Gmail will automatically append it to the bottom of your vacation response.
While the vacation responder is enabled, you will see a banner across the top of any Gmail page, displaying the subject of your vacation response. To stop Gmail from automatically sending the response, click end now within the banner.