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Exchange 2003 Auto Accept Agent: Allow Double Booking for Single Meeting Requests

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Is there a way to configure an Exchange 2003 Auto-Accept enabled mailbox to allow double booking for single meeting requests (non-recurring)?  
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The Auto Accept Agent is a very simple add-on which checks whether an existing appointment is using the resource, and if so, automatically denies the request. You can't make granular controls like you are requesting.

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