Modifying a Microsoft Outlook-only meeting so that it can use Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express resources.
A person who is authorized to schedule and reschedule meetings on your behalf. The system administrator determines who can be a delegate.
Modifying a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express meeting scheduled with Microsoft Outlook so that it no longer uses Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express resources.
A user who does not have a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express profile, or who does not log in to a meeting or the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express system with their Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express username and password.
A meeting that is scheduled to start immediately. Any profiled user can schedule immediate meetings via a web browser. If you schedule an immediate meeting via a web browser, you have all of the scheduling flexibility of any scheduled meeting. Compare to reservationless meeting.
Immediate meetings that you start by dialing in are similar to reservationless meetings, but are available only to profiled users whose profiles do not allow them to start reservationless meetings.
The number that uniquely identifies a meeting for the date, time, and duration for which it is scheduled.
An e-mailed invitation that you receive when someone invites you to a Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express meeting. You also receive an invitation for meetings that you schedule. Invitations are not sent for reservationless meetings.
Usually the owner of a meeting is the meeting scheduler. However, if a delegate schedules a meeting on behalf of another user, that user is the owner of the meeting, even though the delegate is the meeting scheduler.
Anyone who is attending a meeting.
Every profiled user has a password that is associated with their username, which is used to log in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express web pages. Also, some meetings have a password associated with them, if the scheduler specified a password when scheduling the meeting.
Some, most, or all people in your organization have a profile defined in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express. This profile contains information such as your user IDs and passwords, contact information, and privileges determined by your system administrator.
When you log in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express using the user IDs and passwords that are defined in your profile, you have access to all of the functions that are available to profiled users, minus any functions to which your system administrator has restricted your access.
A person who has a profile defined in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express.
A meeting that is listed for anyone to see when they search for Published Meetings on the Find Meeting page. A scheduled meeting is a published meeting if the meeting scheduler checks the Publish Meeting check box when specifying meeting parameters. If the scheduler does not check this check box, then only the meeting scheduler and invitees can see the meeting, if they search using the My Meetings option. All reservationless meetings are published meetings.
A series of meetings that occurs according to a regular pattern, for example daily or every third week.
reservationless meeting ID
Every Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Express meeting has a meeting ID that uniquely identifies it for the date, time, and duration of that meeting.
A reservationless meeting is a meeting that you do not schedule in advance. Instead, you start a reservationless meeting when you need one.
The meeting scheduler is the person who schedules the meeting. Usually, the meeting scheduler is the same as the meeting owner. However, if a delegate schedules the meeting on behalf of another user, the delegate is the scheduler.