Out-of-Office emails are not detected as auto-generated mail

Out-of-Office emails are not detected as auto-generated mail

Out-of-office automated reply mails are not detected as auto-generated emails, so requests are getting reopened. This issue occurs due to the case-sensitive check done internally to retrieve the header "Auto-submitted" from the mail but the mail actually has the same header with a small-case. Because of this case, the mail is not identified as an auto-generated one.

Reference Ticket: (6720037)

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Jar Compatibility :
    11135 - SDP Build Version

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