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How to create a meeting resource in Exchange Server 2003

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We have Exchange Server 2003 and currently are using public folders for our meeting rooms.  Can somebody explain how to setup a meeting resource for exchange so that when our users want to go and book a meeting they can select the meeting room from there.
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You can check the following article
http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Booking-Resources-ExchangeServer-2003-Outlook-System-2003.html

Other than that you can also use Auto Accept Agent. You can check MS site for documentation regarding Auto Accept Agent.
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For the meeting rooms in my company I create a mailbox for the room. Then open the mailox in outlook and set it to automatically accept meeting request.Users can easily assign the room as a resource. Hope this helps...
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