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Is there a way, to force a user mailbox or even a resource mailbox to auto-accept a meeting invitation from a specific user? it cannot be the "autoprocess" feature that accepts from anyone... Any help or suggestions would be great. thanks. Ryan
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Yes you can set that up for resource mailboxes:

Resource In-Policy Requests - you can configure those users who are allowed to submit in-policy meeting requests, which can be either automatically approved or approved by a resource mailbox delegate.
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You will need to use a combination of a script and outlook rules (client side) to acheive this.

Take a look at the link below which illustrates how to accomplish this.

Auto Accept Meeting Request from Specific User

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Will,

That is an interesting solution. I am assuming that it would require for the user to stay logged on and outlook running? and in the vent the user rebooted the script would need to be re-ran? are these correct assumptions?

Ryan
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EE,

The inpolicy request would just be defining and limiting who can submit a meeting request to the target mailbox and then setting either a delegate to accept or setting the auto accept policy is that correct?

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unfortuneately you are correct. This is a client side rule which means Outlook would need to be opened. I have not seen anything from server side related to what you are looking for.

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Yes, if it is a resource mailbox then you can set it up.
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NO real solution unfortunately but both are excellent suggestions just not applicable for our environment. thanks guys...
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unfortunately neither solution is a viable option for our environment. How ever both have merit. thanks for the help...
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