Customize meeting response form to inculde AD field

Hi, I have set up our meeting rooms as room mailboxes in Exchange 2007 and given them standardized names. When people get the automated meeting response they cannot see where the meeting takes place physically. See attached .png.
Is there any way to include the AD filed "Office" in the response form? Automated meeting response
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
You can use the  Set-MailboxCalendarSettings -AdditionalResponse  cmdlet BUT not i think if you use automatic responses.  Also it is ONLY a string you can add but I guess you dont move rooms around :P

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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Sorry, that should say "BUT ONLY if you use...>"

The Set-MailboxCalendarSettings cmdlet along with the AddAdditionalResponse and AdditionalResponse parameters are used to configure the custom response from the resource mailbox to the meeting organizer. Like a number of custom settings for a resource mailbox, the AddAdditionalResponse parameter requires that the resource is set to AutoAccept meeting requests with the AutomateProcessing parameter. Otherwise, any custom responses you configure will be disregarded. To verify the Automate Processing value use the following cmdlet:

DK_ICTAuthor Commented:
Hmm, it's some what confusing. The png I send is the one send to the organizer but basically contains the same info as in the attendees calendar. Is it some how possible to have the desciption field visible to the attendee? The scenario for a user would be: "I'm attending a meeting in the conference room "Africa" - where is that?".

This information is writtn in the description field in AD.
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
To the best of my knowledge you can not alter that form.  It is why all my resources are along the lines of "EDG-Rd Meting room 1" ELE-Cas Meeting Room 2"  etc...
DK_ICTAuthor Commented:
Okay. How about this:
Exchange seems to use the "Display name" in "Location" field. Can I change the default field to the "Description" field instead?
Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
To the best of my knowledge you can not alter that form.
Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
But Like I said, make the meeting room name (Display name) More descriptive, problem solved.

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DK_ICTAuthor Commented:
I can see that I have to change my standards regarding naming the rooms.
Thanks for the response.
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