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The AutoAccept Sink for Exchange is no longer supported since the features are now available in Exchange 2007 and Exchange 2010.


The AutoAccept Sink for Exchange is a tool for Exchange 2000 that allows resource mailboxes to automatically accept/decline meeting requests based on a combination of factors. These factors include the free/busy status of the resource, whether the requestor is authorized, and many other configurable settings.

The feature set for the AutoAccept Sink was inspired by the AutoAccept Tools for Exchange 5.5 from www.exchangecode.com. However, this entire program was written from the ground up using the store event sink technology first introduced in Exchange 2000. Therefore it is fully compatible with Exchange 2000, faster, more reliable, more scalable, and easier to expand upon than the utilities written for Exchange 5.5.

Where to get it

The AutoAccept Sink and its source code are completely free and are licensed to you under the GPL.

The current release of the AutoAccept Sink is


The AutoAccept Sink should work in the following environments:
  • Exchange versions
    • Exchange 2000 SP2 + KB article 316465 + 321934 hotfixes (not tested)
    • Exchange 2000 SP3 (tested)
    • Exchange Server 2003 Beta 2 (tested)
  • Windows versions
    • Windows 2000 SP2 (tested)
    • Windows 2000 SP3 (tested)
    • Windows Server 2003 RTM (tested)

Last modified: May 1, 2010