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We use: sharepoint services 3.0. We have a calendar where people can place meetings for a room etc. But they can place meetings/items on a time that there already is a meeting for that room.
Can I configure this so that this can be forbidden? So when I place a meeting at 13 'till 14, there are no more meetings possible at 13 'till 14?

thanks in advance  
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Yes there is a way.
If you are good in coding you can create an event handler like item creating or created so that it will check the date column of all the items and compare if there is a matching then it will throe an error else it will continue.
check this URL i guess the user is describing the same situation here

http://blog.sharepointsydney.com.au/post/Setting-up-multiple-calendars-for-meeting-room-bookings-prevent-double-booking.aspx
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