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Exchange 2010 In-Policy and Out-of-Policy Requests not working

Hello,

I currently trying to get started with Exchange 2010. I have a problem with these In-Policy and Out-of-Policy Requests.
I created a room mailbox and configured the 'Resource in-Policy Requests tab'  as shown in the screenshot attached. I also configured a user as the delegate for the resource mailbox on the 'Resource Policy'.
So when a user creates a meeting requests and assigns this room to the meeting then I would expect the resource mailbox delegate to receive a notification or something. But actually in my setup nothing happens at all.

What am I doing wrong?
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Mc2102Author Commented:
Forgot to attach the screenshots screenshotscreenshot2.png
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e_aravindCommented:
Can you try the same with AutomateProcessing value AutoAccept?
Still the same issue?
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e_aravindCommented:
In my testing
AllBookInPolicy to False  and
AutomateProcessing value AutoAccept...allows the requests to be forwarded to the delegates and response from the resource as Tentative
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Mc2102Author Commented:
e_aravind,

Thanks for your response.

I have to admit that I am a little confused by your posts. I do not understand what you mean with 'AutomateProcessing value' or 'AllBookInPolicy'. Where do I find these settings?

Thank you
Mc2102
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e_aravindCommented:
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AmitIT ArchitectCommented:
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Mc2102Author Commented:
e_aravind,

I ran the following commands agains the mailbox

Set-CalendarProcessing -AllBookInPolicy $false
Set-CalendarProcessing -AutomateProcessing AutoAccept

And yes the requests for the resources are being sent out are now but when the delegate try to open it in his\her mailbox then this error below is thrown.

'Cannot open meeting item "Test Meeting 1". Cannot open free/busy information. The folder you specified cannot be found.

This should not be so hard to configure.
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e_aravindCommented:
Error message when you try to accept a meeting request on behalf of an Exchange Server 2007 resource mailbox: "Cannot open Calendar folder for user resource_mailbox_name
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/930865
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Mc2102Author Commented:
e_aravind,

Now everything seems to be working.

So to summarize the issue. In order to get this to work I had to enable the Resouce Booking Attendant on the 'Resource General' tab in the resource mailbox properties and assign the 'Full Access' permission for the delegate user on the resource mailbox.

Thank you very much for your help.
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