When you use the Vidyo Extension for Microsoft Outlook, it automatically creates a Vidyo meeting invitation for you. The meeting invitation includes your room URL as well as boilerplate text that you can edit. If you don’t have a room URL, it automatically creates one. Additionally, if you’ve chosen to use a room PIN, it includes the PIN.

The boilerplate text on the Vidyo meeting invitation is created by the VidyoConference administrator and can be modified. For more information about creating the boilerplate invitation message, see the VidyoConferencing Administrator Guide.

 

To send a meeting invitation from Outlook 2003 and 2007:

  1. Click the Appointment button on the Outlook toolbar.

  2. Create an Appointment or Meeting Request message.

    The VidyoConferencing button appears at the far right side of the toolbar.



    If you do not see the VidyoConferencing button in the toolbar, you have not finished configuring the Extension. Try again or contact your system administrator or Help Desk.



  3. Click the VidyoConferencing button.

    The room URL and room PIN, if you have set one, appear in the body of the message along with standard boilerplate invitation text.



  4. Edit the text as desired.

    You can add your own text to the invitation if you care to. You can also add or delete invitees and change the time and length of the meeting. Remember that you can use the Microsoft Outlook Scheduling Assistant to determine when all of your invitees will be available.

  5. Click Send.

    When the recipient receives the message, they can click the link to join your meeting.

    • If the recipient is a registered user, the link prompts that user to log in to the VidyoPortal and join the meeting.
    • If the recipient does not have a VidyoPortal account, they will be prompted to join the meeting as a guest.
Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful

0 Comments

Follow
Please sign in to leave a comment.