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Exchange 2010 Room Mailbox

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We have Exchange 2010 SP2 Enterprise.  Request to set up a room mailbox for setting up meetings.  User would like to receive auto-generated email when meetings are set up for this room.  Doesn't want to be set up as a 'delegate', just email to notify him that room is booked.  I've given the user full permission for the room, so he is able to bring the calendar up within his outlook, however he would like to receive emails when the room is book.  I've looked through all the Resource settings tabs, and do not see where I can add the user to just receive an email, without setting him up as a delegate.  

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Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz earned 500 total points
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Have you try to change on meeting room mailbox settings, mailflow, delivery options, forward received emails to this user?
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That did the trick.  Sometimes the simplest things stare you right in the face.  Thanks!
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