Exchange 2013 out of policy calendar requests

Hello

we have moved one of our customers to Exchange 2013 and they have come to me with a question that I cannot seem to find the answer to and hope someone here can help.

The customer uses Meeting room shared mailboxes to book meeting rooms in the company.
There is a policy setup that all requests will be accepted as long as the meeting room is free.
The customer would like an out of policy rule put in place so that one person gets the request through if the meeting room is already booked, and this person can then decide If the booking can be put into the calendar or not.

In Exchange 2010 this was classed as in policy and out of policy requests.

Hope someone can provide us with a PowerShell to complete this in 2013.

Regards,
Paul Moore
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OutsourceATPAuthor Commented:
Hi Limjianan

Thank you for your reply, I had looked at this before but I could not see the correct one to use to get the results that i am looking for

Thanks
Paul
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
mind to share what you have done?


the idea is to -AllowConflicts $true

this way, they will able to allow confict in the first place
then you need to assign some one to look after the conflict.

-ResourceDelegates <person or group you want to look after conflict>


I need to go back to office to test this. This is a high level concept
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