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Private Meetings

When you create meetings in Exchange or Office 365 and mark these as Private, Door Tablet will still show the meeting subject, unless you change some defaults. In all versions of Exchange, including Office 365, the Private flag is not automatically carried to the meeting space reservation so you need to instruct Exchange to do so.

Up to and including Exchange version 2010, a property check box may be available to set this up but it is much easier to issue a cmdlet.

Exchange 2010/2013 and Office 365
Set-CalendarProcessing -identity <room> -RemovePrivateProperty $false
for example
Set-CalendarProcessing -identity -RemovePrivateProperty $false
See here

Exchange 2007
Set-MailboxCalendarSettings -identity <room> -RemovePrivateProperty $false
for example
Set-MailboxCalendarSettings -identity -RemovePrivateProperty $false

Manual Setting (Exchange, Office 365, Domino, G Suite)
From Door Tablet V8.1 you can set words that if any of these appear in the meeting subject, the meeting will be regarded as Private. The words must appear either at the beginning of the meeting subject, or at the end. The text is not case sensitive. Private meetings do not show the subject and the organiser name is blanked out.

To set the Privacy words, open the system profile, add your private words, delimited be semi-colons.

All Private
From version 8.4.12 you may mark meeting spaces so that all meeting taking place in those meeting spaces are private.