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I don't know how to do what you want but I did want to add in a word of warning, we see a problem with useing these where someone will be away and any junkmail that comes in will be responded to automaticly and then it will bounce back and then the bounce will get responded to and then that bounces again, and it makes a vicious loop that can end up taking up all your bandwidth with auto-replies.
There may be a way of checking to make sure you don't reply to a bounce but if there isn't I would discourage doing an auto-reply
We had to shut off some of our high bandwidth customers when they went on vacation because they were sending like a 100 emails per minute per machine because they were on vacation and left there email to autorespond, we don't allow the autorespond now because of that :-)