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Outlook resource scheduling slow and failing to cancel appointments

Posted on 2013-01-17
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I have set up a mailbox to be used exclusively as our office calendar.  I have a dedicated Outlook client which has resource scheduling automatically accepting meeting requests. I have two problems -

1. It takes 60 seconds for the appointment to be accepted and put into the diary (my current public folder does this instantly)

2. If I then cancel the meeting and send update to the office diary, this is not processed and the appointment is not removed.
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by:Karen Falandays
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Hi fuzzyfreak,
Does this issue persist? Are you the Outlook Exchange administrator?
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Yes & Yes.
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by:Karen Falandays
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Are you able to set up a a test account to see if you can replicate the behavior?

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by:fuzzyfreak
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I have done it the other way around, i.e. from the test calendar to my calendar and the delay is still present.  I may have to raise this with Microsoft if I don't get any answers here.
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This was resolved by setting up our Office Calendar as a Room resource instead.
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Resolved inhouse.
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