calender settings Exchange 2010 public folders

Posted on 2012-09-10
Last Modified: 2012-09-11
     i have a set of public folder calendars which have been migrated from exchange 2003 to 2010. I've mail enabled them in 2010 however i need them to auto accept appointments which are sent from a 3rd party application.

I'm aware of how id do this for normal resource calendar but i'm unsure how i can go about it for a public folder calendar, I've tried changing the calendars to resources but the application seems to look for the public folder itself so this didnt work.

is there away to do this ?

Question by:Z1ggy
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    PF calendar cannot be "Auto Accept" :(

    When you changed what changes you made it to look at Resource Mailbox calendar ?
    I mean how does it looks for calendar if email address then hope you corrected that :)

    - Rancy

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