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Mgodby
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Is Office365Outlook.GetRoomsV2().value set to a limit of 100 records?

I'm trying to get certain Meeting Rooms but they never show up when I use Office365Outlook.GetRoomsV2().value. It seems that it has a limit of 100 records. Even when I sort it by name descending, it still only gives 100 records and I can never get the Meeting Rooms that I need that start with a Y so they're near the end. I know these Meeting Rooms exist because I can see them in Outlook. 

I tried using Book A Room template Power App, and it's the same issue. These Meeting Rooms are not included in a Room List either so looping through all Room Lists and using Office365Outlook.GetRoomsInRoomListV2(address).value doesn't work either. 

So now I'm thinking that to get this to work I'll probably need to add these Meeting Rooms to a Room List so they will show up when I use GetRoomsInRoomListV2. But is there a way to get by the 100 record limit for Office365Outlook.GetRoomsV2()? 

Thank you.

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v-bofeng-msft
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Hi @Mgodby :

I did not find the relevant limitation in the connector documentation. But I found such a description by searching the Exchange Sever documentation:

The maximum number of rooms that can be returned in request for a Room List is 100

I suggest you can create multiple room lists to avoid the need to return more than 100 records at a time.

I think this thread that may help you.

GetRoomsInRoomList - how to use 

Create a room list 

Best Regards,

Bof

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