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Outlook 2007 Recurring Meeting problem

Posted on 2011-02-18
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One of my clients reports that when he schedules a recurring meeting (including a room resource) and the room is already booked for one or more of his meetings, the room will decline the entire schedule of recurring meetings.  Is this the norm for Outlook 2007 or is there some sort of fix for this?  He's having great difficulty scheduling his recurring meetings because the rooms keep turning down his invites.  We are running Outlook 2007 with Exchange and Windows 7 64-bit.
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It depends on how it's set up.  you can configure auto accept to decline or allow conflicts and even decline recurring meetings.  open outlook as the meeting room and have a look in the calendar options under resource scheduling.  That will show what is configure.   There are other ways of doing it but that will depend on what version of Exchange you are running.  2007 give you more control.
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