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Calendar/Resource management Exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-09-12
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We just recently upgraded to Exchange 2010 from Exchange 2003 so I'm still new to the look and feel of 2010 and what it can do.  
We currently have Public Folders that were moved over from Exchange 2003 but we want to start leveraging the resource management available in 2010.
 I've created a room mailbox that will serve as the calendar resource.  I know this is essentially a public resource however, is there a way to put items on this calendar but make them "private" as you can on your own mailbox?
Can meeting invitations be sent from this room mailbox?  If so, where do the responses to the invitation go?
Is there a way to enter an item (through scripting or other means) on the calendar and have it propagate to other ones?
We do have Sharepoint 2010 and I know these 2 products integrate really well but all of us here are new to both products.
I'm mostly interested in resolution to the first 2 points
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Hi,

Neil Hobson wrote an article on resource mailboxes over at msexchange.org found here:

http://www.msexchange.org/articles_tutorials/exchange-server-2010/management-administration/resource-mailboxes-exchange-2010-part1.html

This may be a good read through for you.
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The article referred to in this solution is a good article however I never found anything regarding marking appointments as private so it doesn't quite solve the issue in this question.
Good reference to have on creating and managing a resource mailbox.
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