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Removing Meeting Room bookings for a disabled user

Removing Meeting Room bookings for a disabled user

Removing Meeting Room bookings for a disabled user

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We r using Exchange 2013, how to remove meeting room bookings for a user whose AD account is disabled but not removed. We want to do this so that all bookings made by the user can be deleted to free up the rooms

RE: Removing Meeting Room bookings for a disabled user

I would try this first:

Search-Mailbox -Identity ConferenceRoom -SearchQuery "from:deleteduser@company.com" -DeleteContent -Force

If it doesn't work, try tweaking the search query. You might want to add the -whatif flag each time until you are sure you know what it will do.

Dave Shackelford
ThirdTier.net

RE: Removing Meeting Room bookings for a disabled user

BTW, the user account running that command will need to be delegated the Mailbox Import/Export role, otherwise -DeleteContent won't work.

Dave Shackelford
ThirdTier.net

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