Sending a meeting request from a meeting room public folder calander?


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Fred Smith

What I'm trying to achieve is this, currently within outlook ( 2007 &
exchange 2007) we have public folders, containing calendars for the various
meeting rooms we have.

Instead of sending a meeting request for my own e mail account, and then
having to add an appointment to the meeting room calendar, is it possible to
send a request which will automaticaly add an apppintment to the meeting
room calendar itself?

Cheers for any pointers
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

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Fred Smith

Hi Diane,
the PB is now mail enabled, it wasn't before.
So, my understanding of how it will work is that once the mailbox is set up,
and in the address book, it's just a case of sending a meeting request to
the meeting room e mail & the attendees of the proposed meeting?

is there any thing else that needs setting up?

Regards



Diane Poremsky said:
is the public folder email enabled?

(Is there a reason you are using PF for this instead of resource
mailboxes?)

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Fred Smith said:
What I'm trying to achieve is this, currently within outlook ( 2007 &
exchange 2007) we have public folders, containing calendars for the
various meeting rooms we have.

Instead of sending a meeting request for my own e mail account, and then
having to add an appointment to the meeting room calendar, is it possible
to send a request which will automaticaly add an apppintment to the
meeting room calendar itself?

Cheers for any pointers
 

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