Microsoft Exchange Server

Client is running Exchange 2010.    They want to setup a shared calendar that when they create a apt on there personal calendar they can select the conference room calendar and invite that person as a attendee.  What I am looking to do is to have the appointment automatically go on the conference room calendar without a user accepting the appointment.    Any ideas?
Jon
jboyle00Asked:
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraConnect With a Mentor Solutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
For that you will have to configure the Outlook profile for the Room mailbox and then go to properties of the Calendar and check permissions tab and select the Dropdown to be Free-Busy\Time\Subject and so on.

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BurundiLappCommented:
Doesn't it do this automatically if it is created as a resource?
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
Are you saying the Appointment automatically accepted or declined by the Room mailbox as per availability ?

Set-CalendarProcessing "Resource Mailbox Name" -AutomateProcessing AutoAccept

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jboyle00Author Commented:
Yes I am, Let me try that .
Thanks
Jon
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jboyle00Author Commented:
Rancy,
That worked out perfect.  Is there away that in the shared calendar I can change the blocked time from showing Busy to showing the actually appointment name?
I am assuming that may be a permissions issue that I will look into now.
JB
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jboyle00Author Commented:
Thanks that worked
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