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osci

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How do you book conference rooms or other resources ? From my understanding, resources have to be users and you have to invite those users at the meeting. An human will have to check for invitations for those resources and accept them. Am I right ?
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Lyle M

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I've considered using Kerio for resource scheduling as well, but have done no research or experimentation as yet.

That being said, I'll share my ideas about it and you can be the judge. My thought was to create a single user account with a name like "reservations" or "resources." In that account I would create multiple calendars, each named for its respective resource: Conf_Room_1; LCD_Proj_287; ect. The calendars would then be shared to the users needing access, with the admins given read/write.

From there, everyone would have access to the calendar for whichever resource they wanted. They could be used for simply scheduling the use of a room, or for sending out invitations.

Again, I haven't tried this yet, it's just a thought on how it may work. If you try it, please post your experiences here.

Good luck!
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crackd

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A pretty good product that I have found for resource scheduling is Meeting Maker. They do it very well. If Kerio (hint hint) could add that sort of functionality it would be great. You just create resources (like conf room, projector, etc) then when you have a meeting schedule just inlcude what resources you need.
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