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Creating a calender to be used as a resource

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I have done this before but for some reason I can't get it to work.  In the past I have created a user and made their calender available to everyone.  When they book it as a resource it adds it to their calender.  Well I am doing it again and I must be missing a step.  Because the only way it shows up on the other calende is if you accept the mail as that calenders e-mail.  Well I don't to do that I want it to automatically show up.  please help.
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by:matyke
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Hi,

which version of Exchange / Outlook you have?

For example in Exchange/Outlook 2003 you need to logon with Outlook to this calendar account, go to Options and in Calendar you have to enable automatically accept meeting requests.
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I found the issue, the issue was you have to go in and select the opton of always accept all meetings.  Once you do that, then you can book it as a resource.
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by:nelslarson
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I found the answer out my self through a google search
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