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Exchange Calendar Additional Response HTML Formatting

Posted by Brajesh Panda on February 21, 2014

In last couple of weeks we were setting up our 1st Lync Room System solution from Crestron. To bring awareness about Lync Room System, I used Calendar Additional Response feature in the room mailbox. You can set this txt using shell or MMC GUI

Shell – Set-CalenderResponse – id <Identity> -AddAddtionalResponse $True –AdditionalRespone “TXT”

MMC Gui – Mailbox Properties – Resource Information – Additional Text

Here is the html formatted message for your response & how it looks 😉

If your meeting request was declined please disregard the rest of this message. <p align="justify"> This message is intended to help with using the new Lync Room System (LRS) in Wilanow Palace. If your meeting request was accepted: Congratulations, you have scheduled a meeting with LRS in this meeting room! LRS is a combination of software and hardware that enables rich meeting scenarios, including video conferencing, white boarding, PowerPoint sharing, and more. We are excited to have you try LRS, and we would love to hear your feedback! To use LRS, you need to schedule a Lync Meeting. Key Scenarios: </p>

<p align="justify"><STRONG>1.) Join Meeting. </STRONG> If you’re reading this mail, you’ve already scheduled a meeting. Just touch the join button on your scheduled meeting to join it. Don’t see a join button? Make your meeting an online meeting in Outlook. </p>

<p align="justify"><STRONG>2.) Launch Whiteboard. </STRONG> You can start white boarding, and then invite participants to share the whiteboard. You can also start white boarding from within a meeting. </p>

<p align="justify"><STRONG>3.) PowerPoint Sharing. </STRONG> You can share your PPT slides with the room. To do this, upload the PPT file into the meeting from your machine (just as in Lync). From the room, you can then watch the PPT presentation, or take control and present. </p>

<p align="justify"><STRONG>4.) Display Modes. </STRONG>Try using different display modes to see which one best fits your meeting. </p>

<p align="justify"> If you run into any issues or have any questions, ideas, or feedback for the feature team, please contact us: Service Desk (ServiceDesk@TechOnTip.com) Thanks! </p>

Your request was accepted.

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If your meeting request was declined please disregard the rest of this message.

This message is intended to help with using the new Lync Room System (LRS) in Wilanow Palace. If your meeting request was accepted: Congratulations, you have scheduled a meeting with LRS in this meeting room! LRS is a combination of software and hardware that enables rich meeting scenarios, including video conferencing, white boarding, PowerPoint sharing, and more. We are excited to have you try LRS, and we would love to hear your feedback! To use LRS, you need to schedule a Lync Meeting. Key Scenarios:

1.) Join Meeting. If you’re reading this mail, you’ve already scheduled a meeting. Just touch the join button on your scheduled meeting to join it. Don’t see a join button? Make your meeting an online meeting in Outlook.

2.) Launch Whiteboard. You can start white boarding, and then invite participants to share the whiteboard. You can also start white boarding from within a meeting.

3.) PowerPoint Sharing. You can share your PPT slides with the room. To do this, upload the PPT file into the meeting from your machine (just as in Lync). From the room, you can then watch the PPT presentation, or take control and present.

4.) Display Modes. Try using different display modes to see which one best fits your meeting.

If you run into any issues or have any questions, ideas, or feedback for the feature team, please contact us: Colliers Service Desk (ServiceDesk) Thanks!

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Sent by Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

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