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Lotus Notes Reservation Error

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i am using the room reservation system in lotus notes but when i want to create and save reservation it gives me an error saying "The time you have specified is not available".when i checked on the availability of the resources it states as not being reserved.  
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by:qviller
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Try 2 things

1. Check that server and Client are running the same date/time format.

2. Down the server, remove busytime.nsf
start the server again. (busytime.nsf is rebuilt)

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by:nirza55
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i have tried to do as being told but i still face with the same problem.no matter what thank you qviller for your answer.
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g5gary earned 50 total points
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Compact your address book, and run adminp.
Also, try to configure adminp to run more frequently by modifying notes.ini.
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