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Forcing resource attendant to process mailbox

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I set-up a load of resources (rooms) in Exchange 2010, but wasn't able to enable the Resource Attendant for reasons not relevant to this post.

Subsequently A load of calendar appointments were booked using these rooms before the problem was rectified.

Is there a way of forcing the rooms to reprocess the mail that they have already received or do I have to ask them to submit the calendar entries again in order to be processed? (there are a lot - so this would be a real pain)

Thanks!


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Unfortunately, I think you have to accept them manually or re-submit those meeting requests
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OK - thanks.
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