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Problems with Resource Rooms in Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-03-15
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I have setup a resource room in Exchange 2010 and granted all users reviewer rights. This is working fine for creating meetings and also declines the meeting when a user attempts to book the room when it is already booked, however the declined calendar entry in the users calendar is not automatically removed.

Is there a way to removed the entry when the user receives a meeting decline from the resource room.
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Unfortunately, no. When the user sends a meeting request to a room (or a request to a person) and that room or person declines, the item continues to exist on the sender's calendar. There's no way to have it be removed automatically, the sender has to do it manually.
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