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All Meeting Rooms have stopped Auto Accepting

Posted on 2008-10-23
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Hi All,

Exchange 2007 SP1
Windows 2003 R2 SP2

I have about 10 meeting rooms, which are all configured to auto accept any and all requests. Since about Monday, they have all stopped auto responding, and now all requests are sitting in their Inboxes. I can manually confirm or decline any request. I have confirmed the auto accept setting has not changed, this is correct. It's odd that they have all stopped processing requests.

Any ideas?? Thanks in advance.
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Question by:TheHankHunter
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by:Exchange_Geek
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I had this issue some time back.

I did the following steps and it did work.

1) Disassociate AAA from those mailboxes (I dont rem the switch but it was registermailboxes.vbs /u /M:mailbox alias - please confirm this before u run it)

2) Disconnect the same mailbox

3) Run Clean up agent in ESM

4) Reconnect the same mailbox

5) Re-register the mailbox in AAA

6) Check if its works.


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Hi, Thanks for your input.

Actually, the problem, embaressingly, was a lot less complex.

The Microsoft Exchange Mailbox Assistants was stopped. Oh dear.
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Lol i thought you might have already checked such basics. Glad to see your issue solved.
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