Booking Domino resources without Lotus Notes

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I have two defined groups of users, one group connected to the Domino server using Lotus Notes and the other not connected to the Domino server and using MS Outlook or MS Entourage (Mac). The users not connected to the Domino server do have Domino user accounts but have no physical or virtual connection to the server, the only form of contact for these users is email. When resources are scheduled using Notes the users select the resource required from a list and simply `book? it. Is it possible to allow users not connected to the Domino server to `book? resources as long as they know a resource name and some kind of contact email address? The users do not need to check availability as they get an automatically generated email indicated whether or not the resource is available. Any suggestions?
ASKED: June 27, 2006  8:05 AM
UPDATED: June 27, 2006  9:25 AM

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Could your users send an email to a mail-in db? Perhaps the db could have an agent that processed the mail and created the reservation.

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    Could you elaborate a little further please?
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