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When a user submits an In-Policy meeting request against a room mailbox of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, the request is forwarded to the delegate for approval. However, in an Exchange Server 2007 environment, the delegate receives a meeting request that resembles the following message:
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To enable In-Policy requests for all users on the resource mailbox, and to sent the In-Policy request to the delegate of the resource mailbox, run the following command in Exchange Management Shell:
Set-MailboxCalendarSettings -Identity <resource mailbox alias> -Automateprocessing: AutoAccept -AllBookInPolicy: $false -AllrequestInPolicy: $true -ResourceDelegates: <delegate alias>Note The resource mailbox can be controlled by policies. If the meeting request follows the current values of resource scheduling options in Outlook Web Access, the meeting request is In-Policy. Otherwise, it is Out-Of-Policy.
Note An example of a resource scheduling option in Outlook Web Access is limiting the meeting duration.
To define a list of users who can submit In-Policy requests, run the following command in Exchange Management Shell:
Set-MailboxCalendarSettings <resource mailbox alias> -RequestInPolicy 'email@example.com','firstname.lastname@example.org'Note To run the Set-MailboxCalendarSettings cmdlet, the account must have the Exchange Organization Administrator role.
For more information about the Set-MailboxCalendarSettings cmdlet, visit the following Web site:
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section.
Article ID: 949782 - Last Review: October 7, 2008 - Revision: 1.1