Unfortunately it cannot be fulfilled by security reasons because it can cause a loop.
BUT, there is a method you can use to fulfill this that can provide you with the same results, by creating an Inbox Rule, create and activate this Inbox Rule instead the Out of Office function and you’ll be OK.
Microsoft Outlook 2010: Create a Rule to Automatically Reply to all new E-mail messages when they arrive.
You can set up Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 to send an automatic response to all of the people who send you e-mail messages. This tutorial gives steps for a department email account.
- On the Home tab, in the Move group, click Create Rule. A Create Rule dialog box opens.
- Click on the Advanced Options bottom.
- In the Rules Wizard dialog box, put a check in the box by Sent only to me, click the Next button.
- Put a check in the box by Have server reply using a specifc message.
- Edit the rule description (click an underlined value), click on the a specific message link.
- A new blank email message will appear, now you can type in your automatic reply.
- Click Save & Close.
- Whatever you type as the Subject will appear below in the “have server reply using link” and it will be used as the Subject of your Out of Office Message.
- Click Finish on the Rules Wizard after making sure the Turn on this rule is checked.
Now you can close Outlook and log off of the computer. If you ever need to make any changes you will have to log onto a computer with that account and open up Outlook to Tools, Rules and Alerts to edit that rule.