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How to setup an electronic bulleting board schedule for several conference rooms in exchange

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I am trying to figure out how to setup an electronic bulleting board for several conference rooms in the lobby area of a building. Something that display four conference room schedule and possible some rolling advertisement below. Even if I have to go the touch screen route then that will work as well.  We are running Exchange 2003 and the conference rooms are setup as resources.

Q: Has anyone being able to come up with a simple solution to the problem above?

Any help is much appreciated.
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Hi,
Well, I would rather use "Flat screen TV" or "Projector" with input from a PC.On the PC you can configure Outlook Profile with Calender Outputs for the Resource Mailboxes.
Let me know if you need further information
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Nitin
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"Flat screen TV" or "Projector" with input from a PC is what i would use for the Hardware. But the soft ware part i am looking for?

How can i export out the resources schedule mailbox and get them back on one screen.

i.e., conference #1, #2 #3 and four as rows and Mon, Wed....Fri. as columns with the details in respective cells?

Thanks for the suggestion!
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Hi,
Oh I see...Look at these http://www.msexchange.org/software/Calendar-Tools/
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Nitin
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