Fishbowl integrates with your Exchange Online Room and Equipment Mailboxes.
Note: When a meeting is created in Microsoft Exchange, it exists in the Room calendar separately from the Organizer's calendar. Fishbowl can only access the Room calendar, and not the calendars of Organizers. While this is good from a privacy perspective, it unfortunately means that if Fishbowl ends or extends a meeting, this is not propagated to the Organizer or Attendees' calendars. Usually this is not a problem though, because only ongoing meetings can be extended or ended early. Attendees would be attending the ongoing meeting and would be aware of any changes that are made on your Fishbowl tablet.
Resources > Rooms & equipmentfrom the menu on the left, then click the
+ Addbutton to add a new meeting room.
Important: Fishbowl uses Microsoft EWS to communicate with your calendars. EWS is not currently compatible with two-step authentication. If your organization uses two-step authentication, then you'll need to set an App Password for the relevant user. Please see this Microsoft Help page for more information.
When setting up Fishbowl, you'll need to provide user credentials of a user with
The easiest is to simply assign a password to the room mailbox that you created in Step 1. To do this:
Users > Active usersfrom the menu on the left.
Let me create the password
Make this user change their password when they first sign inis not selected.
Office 365 does not allow access to the meeting subject (title), and the organizer's name is shown instead. If you do not wish to display the meeting subject (e.g. due to privacy concerns), you may skip this step.
This setting is not retrospective, i.e. existing meetings will still have their subject hidden.
Note: You will need Windows PowerShell and an Administrator account to perform this step
$credential = get-credential
For additional information, refer to the relevant PowerShell support page
Import-Module MSOnline Connect-MsolService -Credential $credential $ExchangeSession = New-PSSession -ConfigurationName Microsoft.Exchange -ConnectionUri "https://outlook.office365.com/powershell-liveid/" -Credential $credential -Authentication "Basic" -AllowRedirection Import-PSSession $ExchangeSession
Files cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system, then you need to first run PowerShell as an administrator and enter
You only need to run this command once.
Set-CalendarProcessing -Identity email@example.com -DeleteSubject $False -AddOrganizerToSubject $False
For additional information, refer to the relevant Microsoft support page
firstname.lastname@example.org the mailbox that was configured for each meeting room in Step 1.
Select server typepage, select
Connect to your serverpage, check the
I am using Office 365option.
Set up your room mailboxpage, enter the email address of the room mailbox that you created in Step 2, then tap on Next.