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Exchange 2007 Calendar Command?

Posted on 2010-08-12
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Hello,
Is there a commandlet that can be run from an Exchange 2007 Server that will place an event on all calendars in the organization without sending an "accept or decline" message?
Thanks,

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by:sunnyc7
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didnt quiet get your question, can you explain it in terms of what you are trying to do ?
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by:mikeada
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In Outlook 2010 there is an option on the menu bar called "Response Options."  I haven't tested it but you can uncheck "Request Responses"

Not sure how you would otherwise do this directly in exchange, as far as I know it has to be done through some type of client.
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by:Jeffrey
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Sorry abuot the confusion...
I am trying to place an event on every calendar within the Exchage Org, such as "All Hands Meeting, 9am 8/22/10, Purple Meeting Hall."
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by:mikeada
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Also, in my experience, the event shows up on the calendar automatically before the user sends the response if that helps.
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by:Jeffrey
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Ok, how about the command to get it to all calendars? :)
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You have to send the invite to all people in the organization.
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by:Razi_Ahmed
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If you send a meeting invite to all users in exchange org, it will automatically shows up in there calendar as tentitive this is by default, unless the user's decline it.
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by:sunnyc7
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dang...
I was trying to come up with a complex answer to this with a combination of meeting room / creating the whole org as delegates and running a powershell cmdlet with autoaccept with confirm NO.

Well if it helps the asker, here are the resources I was working with.
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2007/05/14/438944.aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa996340(EXCHG.80).aspx
http://msexchangeteam.com/archive/2009/02/26/450776.aspx

I guess send an invite to all is a simpler solution :)
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