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Microsoft Bookings

Hi All,

By default Microsoft Bookings is enabled in Exchange Online.
If you have disabled it like me, you need to enable it first in the Exchange Online OrganizationConfig.

Turn Microsoft Bookings on or off

Get-Organizationconfig | fl *booking*
Set-Organizationconfig -BookingsEnabled $true


In the Default OwaMailboxPolicy all users can create Booking Mailboxes.

Get-OwaMailboxPolicy -Identity OwaMailboxPolicy-Default | fl *booking*


If you want to enable the Bookings creation only for one Mailbox you have to create a new OWAMailboxPolicy

Set-OwaMailboxPolicy "OwaMailboxPolicy-Default" -BookingsMailboxCreationEnabled:$false
New-OwaMailboxPolicy -Name "BookingsCreators"
Set-CASMailbox -Identity <someCreator@emailaddress> -OwaMailboxPolicy "BookingsCreators"


Create a Bookings Mailbox

Open Microsoft Bookings in the App Launcher in Office 365 https://outlook.office.com/bookings




Choose "Add new Booking Calendar"


The Name will be the Mailbox of the Booking Calendar



Okay, i change to the new Booking Experience
















I've added a Logo here


Enduser view of Bookings

This is the Screen the Enduser can book a Meeting


Check out the Mailbox: The RecipientTypeDetails is "SchedulingMailbox"

Get-Mailbox icewolf | fl PrimarySMTPAddress, DisplayName, *type*



Regards
Andres Bohren


Print | posted on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 3:45 PM | Filed Under [ Exchange Microsoft365 ]

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