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Outlook invitation issue

I get a decline message when I send an Outlook invitation on a conference room which is already booked at a specific time window, this is normal.  However, all the invitees still get an invitation email from me and also their calendars are marked.  

How can I avoid that from happening.  

We have Outlook 2010 and Exchange 2010.  

Thanks.

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Larry LarmeuManaging DirectorCommented:
This is operating as expected.  You can get around this by inviting yourself and the conference room to the meeting, wait for the conference room to accept, then add the other users to the meeting, or you can check the conference room's ability ahead of time before proposing the meeting.
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nav2567Author Commented:
Thanks.  

I used to receive a confirmation when a room is successfully booked (a dialog box pop-up).  However, I do not see that anymore in Outlook 2010.  

Do you know why?
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Larry LarmeuManaging DirectorCommented:
You should receive a confirmation email from the conference room resource with either an accept or deny.  If you are not receiving this it is probably not configured properly in Exchange.  I am not sure if you are the Exchange admin or not, but if not, you should contact the Exchange admin.
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nav2567Author Commented:
Thanks.
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