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    Andy M commented  · 

    Appears some of the votes for this are actually related to the issue of Out of Office incorrectly still showing in Teams after it has been turned off in Outlook. If this is the case for you, please upvote this item:
    https://microsoftteams.uservoice.com/forums/555103-public/suggestions/35483434-out-of-office-incorrect

    Hopefully this will garner the appropriate attention

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    Andy M commented  · 

    This is a widespread issue. It unfortunately seems as though Microsoft has decided to ignore this for the time being - likely writing it off as all issues resulting from some 'hidden' all-day calendar event. The problem is, this is not always the case. As many users have already pointed out, this can happen for no apparent reason.

    The need is simple:
    A user has returned to work after a time off where they had turned on automatic replies before they left. They open outlook (O365 or Outlook 20XX - Exchange online or Hybrid environment - shouldn't matter the specifics) and they click on the prompt to turn off automatic replies. Viola, just like that (within an acceptable Sync time frame - no more than a couple minutes) Teams also show them as available or whatever their status is supposed to be set to based on their choice in the Teams application itself.

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