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I've created a 'Room Calendar' on Office365, but I'd like to display the room in certain users Outlook Calendar without them having to go into options and add 'shared calendar' - is this possible?

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by:jodiddy
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You maybe able to provide them with a link to the folder that you could send to them and they could open it that way.

But I in order to permanently add the Room Calendar or any other Shared Calendar for that matter is has to be done through the Open Shared calendar I would imagine.
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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You can create the Room Mailbox Outlook Profile and then RIght click on Calendar and say Share and this will bring with a Request you can send to those set of users

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When I try and login as the room, it says I'm not licensed to use Office365 (you don't need licenses for Room Mailboxes?)

Ive tried to share the calendar from my own outlook but it wont let me share the room mailboxes..

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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Room mailbox is also a Mailbox and if its not licenced not sure if it will function as you want ..... truely speaking not much idea on that

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Gave up on this in the end and just gave users instructions for opening any required mailboxes.

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Found alternative solution.
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