We are using O365
We have a Room Resource Mailbox/Calendar that we are using to request, approve and keep track of paid time off.
It works perfectly, with 1 exception...
If we have a user that, was sick, had the day off, not a planned PTO day, then returns to work the next day and wants to put the missed day on the PTO cal to make sure it is accounted for, the request gets denied because the day has passed.
HERE IS HOW THE USER SCHEDULES THE PTO DAY NORMALLY
In Outlook, they create an appointment, and invite the PTOCAL
The request goes to the Owner/Manager of the PTOCAL and shows as Tentative on the PTOCAL
The Owner/Manager Approves the request
It notifies the person who invited the PTOCAL that it has been accepted and puts the Appointment on the PTOCAL.
This does not work with retroactive dates?
Is there a powershell command that allows the calendar to accept retroactive dates for room resources.