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Posted on 2006-10-19
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Hello, this is the scenario

SCENARIO:
I gave User1 owner permissions to my calendar
User2 set up a meeting request with me in my calendar
Why does user1 not get notified of the meeting request?

EXTRA INFO:
What I was trying to do is create a resource for conferenceroom
so i created an NT/Exchange account called "confroom"
went into calendar option, clicked on resource, chose auto-accept meeting requests
and gave myself owner permissions to it and when someone tried to schedule the conference room, it put it into the calendar but did not notify me

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Question by:dealstrike
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sumitshukla earned 500 total points
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Hi dealstrike,

use "delegate option" .you can assign(user1) as a  delegate to handle your calendar.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/181988

note: when you send meeting request to resource user, choose sender as resource.you can get that option when while sending meeting request you clik on "To" button.
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