Exchange 2010 Room not sending Booking Confirmation Email

I have an Exchange Server 2010. We have had several Boardrooms setup as "room" types for booking purposes. Recently we modified a few of the names and added a couple more. For some reason of the 7 only 2 have an issue where it books the meeting but doesn't send a confirmation to the users. I checked a few things that I found online and found a couple discrepencies, although not sure if this is related. From the EMC you can see in my screenshot called "Rooms.jpg" that they are listed as a room Resource which is what I chose when I set them up, yet when I look at the properties in the Shell. I saved on screenshot as a ref called Cathcart.jpg" where the shell shows it as user and not a room.

In any case I can't find anything different with these 2 rooms over the over 5 and would love some ideas of where to check or test.

Thanks,

Sam
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swenger7Asked:
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basil2912Commented:
Hello.

"Set-Mailbox -Identity Cathart -Type Room"

Should help.

use "Get-Mailbox -Identity Cathart | fl *resource*, *recipienttypedetail*"

to confirm (check that the setting "IsRessource" is set to true).
swenger7Author Commented:
I didn't run the set command, but first ran the get command and as you can see in the attached file, it is set to true and type is set to room. So I need to figure out why it is not responding with email confirmation.
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Brian BEE Topic Advisor, Independant Technology ProfessionalCommented:
The only thing that came to mind was to ensure those resources are set to accept in-policy from all users. To be sure, compare all the tabs in the EMC.

Just to save time, I'd be tempted to recreate those accounts and see if that works.

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swenger7Author Commented:
Not sure how I missed this last time, but the check box for Enable Resource Booking was not checked.
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