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Outlook Resource Capacity

Posted on 2010-09-22
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In Outlook 2007 is there a way for an end user to view the capacity of a resource when they are using the scheduling assistant?  I have this field populated on my Exchange server, but the end users are not able to view this information.  I am not sure if there is a different spot to look or if I need to do something to make that data visible.
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I just upgraded to outlook 2010, so I can't verify 2007, but when I click "Add Rooms" in the scheduling assistant it brings up the list of rooms. One of the columns in that list shows the capacity of the room.  
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Oh my gosh, that was simple!  I just had to scroll to the right within that window, and it displays in 2007 as well. Thanks!  Sometimes its easy to miss the obvious things.
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