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Exchange 2010, Room Mailbox, how to change conflict threshold

Exchange 2010, Room Mailbox, how to change conflict threshold

Exchange 2010, Room Mailbox, how to change conflict threshold

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I searched the forum, but didn't find information related to my question... :(

Is there a way to configure the room finder so that it will enforce a 30 minute buffer between meetings? For example, let's say Room A has a meeting from 9:00 am to 10:00 am. If I want to reserve Room A from 10:00 am to 11:00 am, I want the Outlook Room Finder to tell me there is a conflict (too close to another meeting), or should not show the 10-11 time slot at all. The next available time slot should be 10:30 am to 11:30 am. Is this possible?

RE: Exchange 2010, Room Mailbox, how to change conflict threshold

No way of doing this that I know of.

Need to make sure meeting bookers leave sufficient margin for run-ons in their original request.
But that is an inefficient use of resources, if everyone leaves a 15 minute margin then you could be losing hours a day from meeting room availability.

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