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Sync Resource Calendars in Exchange 2010

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We are currently using Exchange 2003 with a product called Add2Exchange.  We have 5 mailbox setup for scheduling meeting, Corporate and 4 conference rooms.  Add2Exchange will sync all conference room calendars to the Corporate calendar.  This is a one way sync to see all company meeting in one calendar.

We are planning to upgrade/migrate to Exchange 2010 in the near future. Very near.  I would like to discontinue the use of this 3rd party software, so my question is:

Can this be accomplished in Exchange 2010 without the use of 3rd party software?
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pmetech

8/22/2022 - Mon
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pmetech

I guess I will try to auto-accept on the conference rooms and forward to the corporate calendar also configured to auto-accept
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pmetech

Well I seemed to have solved this one myself with the suggestion from e_aravind.

I have created 5 room mailboxes.  Room1 - Room4 and a room mailbox named RoomSync.  
Made RoomSync the delegate for Room1 - 4.  
Set Room1-4 to auto forward to the delegate.
Set RoomSync to accept conflicting meeting requests as it is only a catch all to view all conference meetings in one calendar.
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