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Adjusting times for a meeting room

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Hi,

I am trying to change one of my meeting rooms so instead of it being available 9a-5pm, I would like that to be be 7am-6pm. I am not sure where to look to change the settings of this. Please advise.

We currently have Lotus Notes 8.52
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You have to open the Resource Reservations database on the server, search for and modify that Resource. The database might be called extension.nsf.

See the Admin Help database, Index, Resource document, editing and deleting.
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Thank you for the quick response time!
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^_^  You're welcome.
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