- Reports double booked meetings.
- Sends email notification to each meeting organizer about those upcoming conflicts and ask them to resolve the conflict.
- Removes conflicts by cancelling conflicting meeting occurrences that Exchange allowed (even though there was already an existing meeting booked for that room/date/time.)
- Preferentially keep conflicting bookings for company VIPs, and,
- Designed to receive piped input from Exchange PowerShell cmdlets.
Number of parties? Yes. Note that one of the meetings above is triple-booked.
The text file is meant to be self-documenting, but in case you need some examples, here you go.
To get a report for a single resource (with some specific examples):
To generate a report for ALL resources, piped in from Get-Mailbox:
To generate reports for multiple rooms from a file:
This generates reports to the Exchange Administrator.
These examples in more general form are in a text file here.
Those of you who know PowerShell know you only need to import the function once per PowerShell session and then can invoke just the command suDoubleBookedMeetings. If you did not know this before, you do now.
Looking to pull your Exchange Admin out of the loop on what to do with the information next?
So glad you asked.
Watch this space for news of our cmdlet that automatically informs meeting organizers.