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In older versions of Exchange, there were Organization Forms and a forms designer in Outlook. Does this exist in any way in Exchange 2010? I am looking for a form that can be customized so when a user books a conference room for a meeting, they can fill out an accompanying form for things like food, audio and video equipment requirements etc....

We had this function in our older GroupWise system and someone hand coded it but now that we are on Exchange, that function has gone away. Does Exchange have anything natively that would work or is there a third party company that offers this feature?
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Open up an outlook item you want to use as your starting point, for example, and email message, and then modify it as you like.  When done, you go to the developer tab and choose to publish it as a form.  You can publish this to your organizational or personal forms library, or to a folder, or save it to your file system.   This is in Exchange 2010.  Of course, you will need the appropriate permissions to be able to publish this to your orginaizational forms library.
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I never knew that existed. We don't have Public Folders in our environment so Organization Forms are out but we do have Share Point and of course plenty of file shares. This does work with file shares? What I am thinking is putting in a link in the meeting acceptance the user gets back from the Conference Room pointing to the form?
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