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Outlook 2010 calendar: Not showing meetings in originators calendar

Posted on 2013-01-28
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Hi all,

I have an Outlook related question that Im hoping you can help with;

First off, Id like to clarify our IT set up for email; We are using;

Office 2010
Outlook 2010
Exchange 2007

I have a user who is trying to schedule meetings using her calendar in Outlook 2010.

She creates meetings using her calendar and schedules them in the meeting rooms here in the office (Meeting rooms 1 - 5 lets say). The problem is that when she creates the meeting, in her own calander and reserves a meeting room for say an hour, the meeting rooms calendar does not update - so from the point of view of other users who would be looking at that meeting room, it looks like its free for the day when in fact several meetings have been booked.

I have granted the affected user full access permission to the email account of the meeting rooms in question but no joy as yet.

Any input would be greatly appreciated!

Regards,

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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 500 total points
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Is the meeting rooms set for Auto-Accept or someone does manual work ?
Does the user add the Meeting room as Resource ? It should be Resource

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Got it fixed i the end, but thanks for the help all the same.

Thanks

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