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i am having an issue where my meeting rooms wont show up in my "Choose an available room" section of 'meeting finder' in outlook 2010.
I have created my meeting room "test" and also created the meeting room dist group - using the following command in shell "New-DistributionGroup -Name "Building” -RoomList"
I have added the room "Test" as a member of that group.

when i click on 'meeting finder' i do get the drop down and can select "Building" as my "Room List" however, the "choose an available room" does not list my "test" meeting room - just says none.
how can i get my rooms to show up?
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Are you sure you didn't hide the new 'test' room mailbox from the Global Address List in Exchange?

Also try manually updating the offline address book if you are running Outlook in cached mode, then manually download the OAB in Outlook as well.
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removing cashed mode worked - will try downloading OAB on a different PC's outlook. I'm sure that will do the trick
Thanks!!
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