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How to use Exchange 2013 Room Mailbox with Outlook 2010?

Posted on 2013-12-04
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I have set up a Room Mailbox on our Exchange 2013 server, but am at a loss as to how to connect to it or use it from Outlook 2010.

Any ideas?
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Are you trying to use it as a resource?

Such as:

Booking a conference room or a piece of equipment?

In Outlook, you can send a meeting request to the resource by:

Create new meeting request > click the To... button > change the Address Book to All Rooms

You can also add the calendar to Outlook following a similar method.
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