Out Of OFFice or Out Of Facility. Used in companies to indicate that an employee will not be in the office at a particular time/day. Commonly used at Microsoft, but also used in other businesses and industries.
"James is OOF on Friday, so let's set the meeting for Thursday afternoon."
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