Is there a Calendar Resource Scheduling Automation or Script?

My company currently has all exchange mailboxes on 2007... our users have decided that they prefer the old 03 method of the popup window for resource booking instead of the email notice of the 07 tools. Is there a way to script the resource scheduling options on our Outlook Room Resrouces as we are opening a new site and have quite a few new rooms to create/update. So instead of having to mount each room mailbox and to go Tools > Options > Calendar Options > Resource Scheduling and selecting Auto Accept Meeting Requests & process cancellations as well as Auto Decline conflicting meetings... was wondering if anyone knew how to script this or if it was even possible.

Please advise,
Amy
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sandeep_narkhedeCommented:
For Exchange 2007, refer to the following
http://exchangeserverinfo.com/2008/10/20/room-mailbox-scripts-exchange-server-2007.aspx

For Exchange 2003, you will need autoaccept agent installed.
amassey2010Author Commented:
So... it's come to my attention that these settings are Outlook settings not exchange settings... anyone know if this is scriptable?

Instead of having to mount each room mailbox and to go Tools > Options > Calendar Options > Resource Scheduling and selecting xAuto Accept Meeting Requests & process cancellations as well as xAuto Decline conflicting meetings... was wondering if anyone knew how to script this or if it was even possible.
sandeep_narkhedeCommented:
There are two ways to handle this ..

1. Resource Booking -> Outlook Client Settings
2. Room Mailbox Setup -> Exchange Server side.

Have a script to locate mailboxes enabled for direct booking ...but nothing to script this setting
http://gsexdev.blogspot.com/2006/10/showing-which-mailboxes-have-been.html

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amassey2010Author Commented:
Thanks.
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