Exchange 2010 Pop Quiz: Configuring Resource Mailbox
Applies to the "Configuring Exchange Recipients and Public Folders" objective of Exam 70-662.
Q: When configuring an Exchange 2010 resource mailbox what should be enabled on the mailbox to allow users to schedule the resource without owner intervention?
Answer and explanation is below.
Answer is C: A Microsoft Exchange 2010 resource mailbox should be enabled to autoaccept requests for scheduling.
When configuring a Microsoft Exchange 2010 resource mailbox with autoaccept users can schedule access to such things as projects, conference rooms, vehicles, etc., without contacting the owner.
Quick Tip: You can learn more about auto booking resource mailboxes here.
Bonus Question: What new feature of Exchange 2010 allows easy access and administration of mailboxes and settings using a web interface? (Tweet your answer with #pop662a and get a chance to win a Redmond t-shirt! Deadline for entries is Monday, February 12.)
Answer to last week's bonus question: Exchange 2010 databases can be dismounted for maintenance and users can continue to access their email when using Database Availability Groups (DAGs).
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