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CJE Networx

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Hi,
I've been digging around on google and messing with outlook for a while now, and I can't seem to find any way to book a Room Resource with a meeting request from Outlook using the connector. It obviously works fine from the web interface, but no such luck with other clients.

Thanks for any help.
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Bud Durland

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You have to 'invite' the resource via it's e-mail address (resource<_at_>mydomain.com). You can also click the 'To' button and select 'resources - public folders' as the address book, and choose the resource from there
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CJE Networx

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Tried that, actually. Just fired another one off for good measure, and no such luck.

Last attempt was with 8.4.1 and Outlook 2013.

Edit: works with 2010, just doesn't like 2013

[Updated on: Mon, 11 May 2015 22:31]

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Pavel Dostal (Kerio)

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Outlook with Kerio Outlook Connector knows nothing about resources. You just invite the resource like any other attendee and Connect will process such meeting request itself.
What is not working for you? Meeting request is not sent, is it ignored or is it rejected?

Pavel Dostal
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CJE Networx

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The invite method appears to work fine with Outlook 2010, but isn't working with 2013.
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Pavel Dostal (Kerio)

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You can't invite anybody from OL2013?

Pavel Dostal
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