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Exchange 2010/Outlook 2007/2010

We are running Exchange 2010 and MS Office 2010.
 When a user sends an invite to a shared group calendar [Room Mailbox] the subject of the invite is overwritten with the organizer's name when it shows up in the shared group calendar.

Is this how it should behave. I performed several tests and it appears that this is normal.
Is there a way to modify this etting so the subject remains what the organizer originally labeled it to be?
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endital1097Commented:
Check the mailbox calendar settings
Get-MailboxCalendarSettings RoomMailbox | ft Identity,AddOrganizerToSubject

This value is most likely set to true and you can set it to false by running
Set-MailboxCalendarSettings RoomMailbox -AddOrganizerToSubject $False
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bljcksnAuthor Commented:
Are these shell commands? If so is what is the correct way to execute them; my Exchange Management Shell dos not recongnize the "Get-MailboxCalendar settings" command?
The name of the mailbox is portfoliomanagers@quantumcapital.com
Your help is greatly appreciated.

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endital1097Commented:
My apologies, I forgot about the change in 2010
Get-CalendarProcessing portfoliomanagers@quantumcapital.com| fl

set-CalendarProcessing portfoliomanagers@quantumcapital.com -AddOrganizerToSubject $False
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bljcksnAuthor Commented:
You are truly a Genius rank.

Thanks a million you've saved me a ton of time!!!!
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bljcksnAuthor Commented:
Thanks again!!!!
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