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Permissions for users to add events to an Outlook Resource

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What permissions do users need to be able to access, view and book an event for a resource.  I have the resource already setup, but I am not certain of the permissions users need to be able to add, view and delete their OWN events.

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In my company, I created a user for each resource like the Conference room, I logged in as Conference room and in the calendar, I shared the calendar and added each person as a Contributing Editor. This allows them to add and edit their events such as scheduling a meeting in the conference room. All employees added as contributing editors can view the calendar.

For eac employee, I logged into their outlook and added the Conference room calendar. It works very well.
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