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How to copy entries from one calendar to another automatically

Posted on 2010-08-17
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Hi,

We have got a personal calendar for each user and also setup a shared calendar for using the meeting room. Just wondering, is there a way where everytime user enters an appointment on their personal calendar for using the meeting room automatically copies the entry into the shared calendar. As such, users don't have to enter each entries twice to use the meeting room.

We are using Exchange server 2003 and users use both Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007.
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If it is setup as a resource, they should just need to schedule it.
If it is setup as another user, just invite that user to their meeting.
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"it" being the meeting room.

There should be "invite attendees" or click scheduling button on top and then add resource name as if it was a person.
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