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Room Mailbox - Delete Recipient Meetings

Posted on 2014-12-03
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We are in the process of recreating all Meeting Room mailboxes on Exchange 2010.

Is there a way i can delete the old meetings from the meeting room and have it remove from the recipients and creators calendar?

Because we are recreating the mailboxes i dont want meeting conflicts because a user had the old meeting still in his/her calendar.
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by:Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz
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You can try this powershell command: Get-Mailbox -RecipientTypeDetails roommailbox | Search-Mailbox -searchquery "kind:meetings" -deletecontent

This deletes all meetings from all room mailboxes
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thanks will this remove the corresponding meeting from the recipients mailbox also?

Example: I send a meeting request to John for a  meeting in room mailbox Boardroom1. Boardroom1 sends me the accepted acknowledgement and John accepts the meeting also. I now delete the meetings out of Boardroom1, but it still shows in John and my calendar.

Now i create a new meeting room for the same boardroom and someone else books a meeting in the the same time slot.
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Not, only room mailboxes. You can run Get-Mailbox | Search-Mailbox -searchquery "kind:meetings" -deletecontent to delete meetings on ALL mailboxes
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