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Exchange 2007 - Invites/Meetings Occur In the Past

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I'm setting up Room Mailboxes to track group calendar items, vacations, etc.   One calendar I'm making is for myself to keep track of server maintenance items.   These items are not usually in the future, as they are really record keeping items.   When I create an item on my calendar, invite the maintenance calendar and submit, I get a message stating that the meeting request was declined.  Here is the actual message:

Your meeting request was declined.

The request was declined because it occured in the past.

I don't see an option under the resource options in OWA that fixes this.   How can I make sure the I am able to create/modify calendar items so that they are not rejected if they are in the past.   Note, I do not want to add these items to the mailbox calendars directly, rather,use the invite option.
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Simplly you cann't
this is the default and AFAIK cannot be changed.
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