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New Appointments in Outlook 2010

Posted on 2013-11-12
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I have some users that are getting taking to the screen to create a new meeting request when they double click on a empty time slot on a conference room calendar. The default behaiour should be for them to create a new appointment.

Any idea why this is happening?

Users are on Windows 7 SP1. Office 2010.
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I just tested this with our exchange 2010 server and office 2010 install.

When I click on a conference room calendar I get a new meeting request.
When I click on my personal calendar I get the new appointment.

I am pretty sure this is normal unless you grant the user full mailbox access... have a look at shared resource permissions.
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