By default, the “Calendar” folder in Exchange 2013 Room Mailboxes has the “LimitedDetails” permission for the “Standard” security principal. Therefore, if no other permissions are configured, users cannot view details for appointments in this room. For better usability in Outlook, the “Reviewer” permission is more suitable. This allows items to be listed and details to be displayed. If required, the CalendarProcessing can be adjusted so that details such as the description and subject of the appointment are not saved in the room mailbox. Whether all this makes sense always depends on the environment.
That’s about how the conversation went when I told the first person about my blog plans.
Ungefähr so ist die Unterhaltung abgelaufen, als ich der ersten Person von meinem Blog-Vorhaben erzählt habe: