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Shared Calendar invite issue in Outlook

Posted on 2011-09-27
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Hi,

We have a shared folder in Outlook and we use the calendar to create events. However different people create different events and as such we want the organizer to get notified of response rather than the shared Calendar inbox. Is this even possible ? I know that the users can see who last modified the calendar, so i presume this option means there is a level of individuality to setting up an event.
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The Onyl way to do this is to not allow the Users to Make Direct Bookings.
Instead, they should ne creating an appointment in their calendar and invite the shared calendar.

then setup the shared calendar resource scheduling to automatically accept/decline appointments

The when someone creates an Appointment, Invites the Shared Calendar (Meeting Room), and invites attendess the Organizer will get all of the meeting responses
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