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Exchange 2010 room calendars

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I have an Exchange 2010 server that I have setup room calendars for all of our conference rooms.  I need to be able to see those calendars on mobile phones both iphone and android.  The calendars can be seen within Outlook 2010 but so far i have not been able to see them on a smartphone.  When i try to setup them up on a phone it asks for a username and password but room mailboxes do not have that.
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This may help for iPhone users
http://serverfault.com/questions/388004/read-only-eas-access-to-an-exchange-room-mailbox

Did you give users read permissions to the mailboxes?

I think Exchange needs SP1 on it as well.
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Yes the users have read permissions and we are at SP 2.
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