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I have a couple meeting rooms set up as resources in Outlook that can be booked for use. I have a request that if people book the rooms e-mails would fire off to some of the administrative assistants. Ive never done this but Id assume this would be possible.
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I assume that you are running an exchange server. If so what version?

We run Exchange 2007 and this is possible in that platform. You can have Resource Mailboxes that can either auto accept meeting requests, or you can have the request forward to a delegate that first needs to approve them.

Here is a link that will help:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb124374.aspx
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Hi thenrich,

Have a look at How to automatically book a meeting room using Outlook meeting requests
http://www.le.ac.uk/its/info/meeting-requests.pdf


Good Luck!

Gary
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