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How can we send a notification for meeting booked in a room mailbox?

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We have Exchange 2010 running on SBS2011.  We have a number of room mailboxes which are configured to automatically approve meeting non-conflicting meeting requests.  We would like an email to be sent to a distribution group when a meeting is created or amended (we do not need to know if a meeting has been declined).

How can we configure such a notification?  Is it as simple as adding the distribution group as a delegate?

Thanks in advance!
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Manoj Bojewar earned 500 total points
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Setup Forwarding from room mailbox to DL.
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Okay, but won't that forward all meeting requests - not just when a meeting is approved and booked?
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Yes, This will forward all meeting requests and all other mails sent to this mailbox. You can also configure OWA server side rule to forward mails to this DL with option.
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Have set it up, we'll see what the members of the group think.  Thanks!
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