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A modernized CMS scheduling experience

Does anybody know what this post is referring to in regards CMS scheduling?

https://blog.webex.com/video-conferencing/cisco-meeting-server-2-7-feature-release/

 

I don't see this in the release notes for 2.7?

 

If anybody has worked out a good way of scheduling CMS (not tied to specific rooms in TMS) I'd love to know more!

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Re: A modernized CMS scheduling experience

The feature they refer to is in the Hybrid Calendar Connector - you need Expressway, TMS and an active Webex org: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cloudCollaboration/spark/hybridservices/calendarservice/cmgt_b_deploy-spark-hybrid-calendar-service/cmgt_b_deploy-spark-hybrid-calendar-service_chapter_010010.html#id_93796

 

Alternatively, you can schedule CMS without including a specific room using TMSXE with the "scheduling mailbox" feature.  It works fine, the only down side is that it still doesn't auto-populate the calendar invitation - you just get a confirmation email with dial-in details.

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Re: A modernized CMS scheduling experience

The feature they refer to is in the Hybrid Calendar Connector - you need Expressway, TMS and an active Webex org: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cloudCollaboration/spark/hybridservices/calendarservice/cmgt_b_deploy-spark-hybrid-calendar-service/cmgt_b_deploy-spark-hybrid-calendar-service_chapter_010010.html#id_93796

 

Alternatively, you can schedule CMS without including a specific room using TMSXE with the "scheduling mailbox" feature.  It works fine, the only down side is that it still doesn't auto-populate the calendar invitation - you just get a confirmation email with dial-in details.

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Re: A modernized CMS scheduling experience

Thanks Nick!
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