Exchange 2010 Resource Booking Attendant

Posted on 2011-10-26
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I'm trying to find out if the issue I'm experiencing is by design or fixable. I have a Resource Room (Calendar) that the Resource Booking Attendant is enabled on. The Booking Window is set to 365 days. When scheduling a meeting past the 365 days I get a declined message but the other recipients get a meeting request. The meeting is not booked on the calendar. Which is fine. It's just that any attendees that were on the initial meeting request still get e-mailed a meeting request.

Any ideas or direction would be most helpful. Thank you!
Question by:JasonLattin
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    Accepted Solution

    Because the metting is being created by a user and sent out. the attendees will not see the decline from the attendant. you can extend the Booking Window if this is a continued problem, but i don't know of a way to have the attendant notify the attendees that the meeting request for the room was declined

    Author Comment

    So this is by design then?

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