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Meeting Rooms - Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010

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Hi All,

Is there way to identify the meetings rooms/calenders in created exchange 2003(created as user mailbox) and migrated to exchange 2010, so these mailboxes can be converted into resource mailbox without changing the existing permissions or delegation?

Thanks in advance.
RK
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I dont think there is a way to recognize this as all mailboxes with Exchange 2003 didnt have such a bifercation.

Only as we in our environment have all room starting with Conf or some common starting or ending for keeping a watch on them

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Thanks,
Will try to find such mailbox and add some common letters in beginning..
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