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  Asked By: Carmen    Date: Jun 29    Category: MOSS    Views: 2264

what is the best way to create a room booking in Sharepoint Server 2007.
Is it good idea if I'm going to create InfoPath form that customer will fill it
up and send to the calendar., bu t thing is I've got six calendars ,six room
booking and one calendar for each room.My customer does want just an one
Electronic form for those room.The form should check time and date the calendar
has been chosen and if it free book it and send confirmation e-mail to a person
who have booked it and one e-mail to the person who looks after those
calendar...

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3 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Daniella Landry     Answered On: Jun 29

Use one Calendar with six views - one for each room.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Bo Stafford     Answered On: Jun 29

But i'm litle confused about your answer...
Could you explane me please how to do it or where can I find an information
about it.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Jocelyn Shelton     Answered On: Jun 29

At my office, we have Exchange Resource Mailboxes setup for each
conference room. Then we created a sample Outlook Meeting Request with
the room  already populated in the Resources section of the Outlook
Meeting Request and saved it as an Outlook template File (.oft file).

We then uploaded these templates to a Sharepoint document library that
has other info for each room such as capacity, picture, etc. So then
basically we have a Sharepoint document library for each floor the
user can browse, find a conference room that fits their needs, click
on the template which will pop open the Outlook Meeting Invite to
reserve the room.

Hollar at me if this doesnt make sense. We have about 75 conference
rooms and this has worked pretty well for us.

 
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