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Can't access everyone's calender

I just setup a new exchange 2000 server and migrated all my mailboxes and public folders over from an older exchange 2000 server. Everything else seems to be working fine except I can't see everyone's calender. I go to calender and try to look at peoples schedules and get an error message. I am able to see some users but not others. I get an error saying " No Information. No free / busy information could nt be retrieved." If anybody can help me that would be greatly appriciated.

thanks,

mike
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falvaro3Commented:
In Outlook: Tools/Options/Calendar Options.
Click Free/Busy Options, and double-check that your options to publish the information are entered/correct.
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3wiadminAuthor Commented:
under calender options, and then free/busy the option to enable publish an search is not selected. my desktops are running xp and the email is outlook 2003. the service to publish free/busy is no longer in service according to microsoft. anything else?

thanks,

mike
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falvaro3Commented:
Not selected, or not even available as an option?
I'm seeing MSDN articles on posting f/b info in Outlook 2003, like:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;827775

You may also want to check out:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;813609
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3wiadminAuthor Commented:
I dont want to publish there calender or schedule on the web. I looked at a users settings that i can see and the free/busy option was not selected. What else could be not letting everyone see everyones calender and schedule.

thanks,

mike
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falvaro3Commented:
You don't have to publish to the web, you can put the name of your exchange server in there.
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3wiadminAuthor Commented:
does it have to be the FQDN or just the name?
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falvaro3Commented:
In my environment, it's just set to the machine name.  i.e. the machine is named "\\exserver".  In the outlook option, it's merely "exserver"
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