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Meeting Request don't get to shared calendar

Posted on 2011-03-15
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Hi,

we've got some strange issue's with our resource mailboxes.
some of our users - who have owner permissions on the mailbox - can't book meetings anymore.
Everytime they make a booking it goes into their calendar and to the invitees but it won't go to the resource calendar. So room is not booked and not blocked for other people. This is the case since that user has office 2010, but it works for other users with office 2010 and same setup. I'm lost for a solution in this one.
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GundogTrainer earned 125 total points
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You may want to try adding the reg key
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Options\Calendar
REG_DWORD
EnableDirectBooking=1

There is a microsoft support article about this as Outlook 2010 uses different booking code to earlier verions of Outlook.
You can read ms article here. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982774
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thank you for the quick reply, this solved our issues.
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